The Zondervan TNIV/NLT Greek and English Interlinear New Testament
A logical addition to translations + interlinears
It has much smaller print in the Greek text than other competing interlinears;reading the technical comments prior to use is critical to make full use of the book; would have preferred a short intro to the rationale for the G/K numbering system as opposed to ones that have been utilized since the 70's and 80's.
May 1, 2012
The NLT grips my heart with relevant translation.
These three translations lift the word off the flat printed page into a three dementional look at the scriptures. To the left, the familiar, in the center, perfect foundational source, and to the right, the translation that fits this time in history. To the team of Mounce and Mounce I would like to say, the NLT feeds my hunger to comprehend the Word as if you were across the table from me, explaining in person.
I also would like to say the font is the right size. Larger would have made the book too big. A more convient size, which would have led to a smaller print, would have been unaccepable.
February 4, 2012
A must for Bible students
This is a great product. It has opened up study of the scripture in exciting new ways. I have always struggled with the Biblical Languages, but with this resource I am able to parse each word and better understand how it fits in the whole of the passage. I am able to keep up with my senior pastor (a Dr. from Dallas Theological) as he is studying the text!
December 1, 2011
Not enough information
First, I was expecting the Greek text to be the Nestle-Aland most current edition. I was also expection a pronunciation guide to the greek words. There should also be at least some reference to the major textual variants.
May 27, 2011