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Besorah Of Yahusha Natsarim Version (BYNV) Kindle Edition
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I recommend this book for those that are mature in the Hebrew as well as those that are not. All will learn through the Holy Spirit.
I think the Tanakh is better in this version than the older one. While there are no footnotes, there are parenthetic clarifications on some passages.
Two pluses with this version are the absence of both the Hebrew Gloss of I Samuel 6:19 and the Erasmus Addition of I John 5:8.
There is a 12 page Introduction and Table of Contents in the front and the back has a chart of letters, a glossary, and editorial comment. I found these features to be helpful.
Every book has both the English and Hebrew name along with the Hebrew meaning of the name for each particular book.
The Paleo Hebrew letters and the names Yahuah and Yahusha are used as well as the Hebrew words for day, night, earth etc..
Hebrew names for people and places are used throughout the book.
The order of the Natsarim Writings (New Testament for Christians) is different than any other version I have seen to date.
It takes some getting used to that order but I understand Mr. White's reasoning.
In my personal opinion Mr. White did a very good job with this version and I enjoy reading it.
The transliteration of the BYNV is an excellent work done by man, by continuing the translation from the ancient Scripts. Well done!
I will refer any person to possess a BYNV Bible.
The BYNV is an excellent Bible to add with the Tanach, the Stone Tanach, which I also use for my basis of Torah study.