Jay P. GreenHendrickson Publishers / HardcoverOur Price$34.994 out of 5 stars for The Interlinear Hebrew-Greek-English Bible, One-Volume Edition. View reviews of this product. 338 Reviews
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Dallas5 Stars Out Of 5GreatAugust 13, 2021DallasWas a little nervous about this purchase, because some reviews acted like the print was way too small - but I was happily surprised to find that the print size is just fine. Book is just as it is advertised to be.
ErikC4 Stars Out Of 5interlinear bibleAugust 8, 2021ErikCQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4very good, except the fonts are too small.
Tyler5 Stars Out Of 5AmazingJuly 12, 2021TylerQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5If you're trying to get a better understanding of the bible and get as close to original translation as possible then this is your book. I use this as a study bible in conjunction with my side by side bible to make sure I'm not losing context or if I don't understand something it's always good to reference. God's word is a living word so it's important we grow in it every day.
Antonio4 Stars Out Of 5Great!March 14, 2021AntonioQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Great Bible! the only problem is the small letters
Steven Skarina5 Stars Out Of 5Excellent ResourceDecember 22, 2020Steven SkarinaQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I am no Hebrew nor Greek scholar, nor do I intend to be, but this Bible is extremely useful.
This Bible uses Jay P. Green's "KJ3" translation (so do not buy the KJ3 unless you find reading tiny text impossible) which is very accurate and faithful to the Hebrew and Greek text. The Bible is also very beautiful and the inside is very nice and I think it is wonderful that the English was put to the side so you could read the text in English grammar rather than entirely literal. This Bible is also excellent for study. This Bible also has a chart on reading the Hebrew and Greek, and although the consonants are too small in the text itself, it is nonetheless EXTREMELY useful.
Now unfortunately, I do have a few issues with rhis Bible. First, it uses the Textus Receptus. Putting Masoretic problems aside, if you want text accurate and faithful to the original, the Textus Receptus will not work well considering it's changes. Not that the Textus Receptus changes major doctrine, it's just if you want the ORIGINAL, please use the manuscripts closer to tbe original. This Bible is also MASSIVE. It is reasonable for it's size but this Bible is so massive and heavy that you'd need to be careful with carrying it lest it fall and gets a dent in it. Another issue that kind of bugs me is not really the small text but rather the issues in printing. There will be smudges and such in this Bible here and there and it will be very hard to read. Now reading the tiny text itself is hard to read and the Hebrew vowels do not help, but the smudges makes all worse.
But these are all very minor issues.
Do I recommend this book? Absolutely! It is cheaper than the four volume set and I think it looks very nice in my collection. I love this and continue to use this Bible as I study the Old and New Testament. This Bible is especially well when paired with Strong's concordance, as intended. Every people who wants to study the Bible seriously should consider getting this for it is a vital resource.
They should make one with the Septuagint and the Apocrypha that ISN'T the Brenton's Greek and English LXX we have today nor the Apostolic Bible Polyglot.
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