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Hebrew Greek Key Word Study Bible-KJV Bonded Leather – December, 1995

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Product Details

  • Bonded Leather: 2094 pages
  • Publisher: AMG Publishers (December 1995)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0899576567
  • ISBN-13: 978-0899576565
  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 6.9 x 2.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.1 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (145 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,925,680 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By S. A. Hildebrand on April 3, 2000
Format: Hardcover
Let me begin this review by stating that I'm reviewing the NASB version of this study bible. I have also used an older version of this bible in the KJV, but my comments will be directed to the NASB edition. I recently acquired one of these bibles and it has truly been useful to me in my studies. You must realize that although our translations are good (the NASB being an excellent example) they are only efforts at translation. THEY ARE NOT PERFECT! The only way to truly read the unflawed word of God is to read it in the original language. Unless you're a scholar this might be impossible. This bible makes that a reality! Did you know that there are four different greek words that are translated "love" in the New Testament? If you didn't know that you might apply the same meaning to "love" everywhere it occurs. This does not allow you to reach the truest meaning of some passages. This bible allows you to know what the original language said, so that you can compare alternate translations with what is actually written. It also gives insight to the different clauses used in greek and how they compare to english clauses. It has very extensive cross references and complete Hebrew and Greek dictionaries (both tied to Strong's numbering system) in the back. Additionally, it has a complete set of lexical aids tied to many of the Strong numbers, and the complete NASB concordance. In short, this is a study bible for the serious student who wishes to unlock the meaning of scriptures by way of the original language. If you're looking for more general study with application notes, then you would probably be happier with the NASB study bible (see my review) or a Life Application Bible. Supplementary, it doesn't include the 1995 update to the NASB text. I really enjoy mine, but I don't used it exclusively for my study.
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Format: Leather Bound
When I say "Great study Bible!", I mean "study!" It has some study notes, but that is not what this Bible is about. This Bible makes it easier than ever to study the meaning of the original languages behind the translation. As the NASB is probably the most accurate translation available, now you have tools to dig even deeper. Almost every word in this Bible has its corresponding Strong's number next to it, and the Strong's information can be found in the back. You can also find Spiros Zidhiates' Hebrew and Greek definitions in the back by using the same Strong's numbers. If you are serious about Bible study, and not just to read other people's notes on passages, then this is the Bible you want.
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By A Customer on January 12, 1999
Format: Hardcover
I prefer the NASB translation due to the accuracy of its translation and was very pleased to find it available in this study Bible. The Greek & Hebrew Strong's numbers inserted in the text plus the complete Strong's Concise Dictionary and additional Greek and Hebrew helps are wonderful. The editor's notes at the bottom of some pages are also informative. I recommend this Bible to any serious student of the Bible who would like a decent measure of Greek and Hebrew help in a single portable Bible. To keep the Bible from getting overly large (it's quite a reasonable size now) it doesn't index as many words as I would have liked, but it is enough to be useful when I am away from home and my more extensive study tools. The one thing I would have definitely preferred (even at the cost of increased size) is larger type. It is set in a very crisp, 10 point (I would guess), serifed, typeface which is readable but still small for my over-40 eyes even with my reading glasses.
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Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
I agree--this is a great tool. I think the NASB translation, being the most literal, lends itself most aptly to this sort of thing. I love the NIV, but when you're doing Greek-Hebrew studies, it's better to have a literal translation.
This is still a must-have Bible, unless you know Hebrew and Greek and can read it without help. :-)
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By A Customer on October 17, 1999
Format: Hardcover
This Bible gives the original Hebrew and Greek texts with definitions and pronunciations that every lay person can understand. As a pastor and radio Bible teacher, I use this Bible more than all other helps.
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Format: Bonded Leather
I have an older version of this bible (1988) and the cross-reference to the lexicon and dictionary in the back is a constant help in revealing Gods word to me. I find my self totally engaged with the word and hours pass before I look up and realize that I have been busy for some time. I also tend to keep going with a verse, and study further in church while the Pastor keeps moving on to others. I also recommend the other books by the editor, as He has a great way of explaining things that my youth group can grasp, yet is deep and meaningful to me. you will not be sorry- Gods word will not return void, and this edition is great.
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By A Customer on January 4, 2001
Format: Leather Bound
I enjoy this Bible the most of any I have owned or studied. It is a great tool during church and sunday school and bible studies because it is all compact into one book and the references to the lexical aids and concordance in back have provided insight many times already during group settings. I appreciate that there isn't a lot of commentary to get in the way just helpful keynotes and the lexcial/concordance reference numbers. Once you look at the front page on how to use the Bible it is simple to look words up and understand for someone that may not have a background in Greek or Hebrew.
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