- Hardcover: 976 pages
- Publisher: Hendrickson Publishers, Inc.; Multilingual, Reprint edition (August 5, 2005)
- Language: English, Hebrew, Greek
- ISBN-10: 1565639774
- ISBN-13: 978-1565639775
- Product Dimensions: 11.5 x 8 x 1.9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 5.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 494 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,778 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The Interlinear Bible: Hebrew-Greek-English (English, Hebrew and Greek Edition) (Greek) Hardcover – August 5, 2005
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See Word–for–Word Translations at a Glance!
Most Bibles (even study Bibles) don't show all the Hebrew and Greek keywords. Imagine having one that does!
This is the only Bible that goes through all the words, showing the Old Testament Hebrew, Testament Greek, and the English translation side-by-side!
Enjoy Having These 4 Key Features at Your Fingertips!
1. Side–by–Side Translations
Conveniently see the entire Hebrew and Greek texts alongside their English translation.
Quickly discover which Hebrew or Greek word is used in each verse—at a glance.
You don't need to know Greek or Hebrew to read this Bible. The English and literal translations are included.
This is a must-have Bible (and study tool!). Use it as your primary translation or alongside other translations to dig deeper.
3. Helpful Bible Study Tools
Each word is already keyed to the Exhaustive Strong's Concordance, so you can easily dig deeper into each word's meaning It also includes extra study resources, including:
Combines 4. Four Volumes into One Hardcover Edition
This Bible used to only be available in 4 separate volumes (making it hard to carry with you).
But this hardcover version combines all 4 volumes into one easy-to-use Bible.
Note: Due to the amount of information covered, its font size is 4-5pts.
See the Bible's Original Languages and Their Translation Side by Side!
The translation is shown in line, which means you don't lose your place by having to look at footnotes, flipping to the back of your Bible, or consulting another resource.
You can see the original language and its translation side by side in one Bible.
Dig Deeper with Its Fascinating Facts
- The Jewish culture used many figures of speech, such as the 'mouth of a sword' which means the edge of a sword.
- Jesus' words and conversations make up 48% of the Gospels.
- Hebrew and Greek script, unlike English, make no distinction between uppercase and lowercase letters.
- And more!
See What Others Are Saying
- Side–by–Side Translations
- Helpful Study Tools
- Combines 4 Volumes into One Hardcover Edition
"A Terrific Resource!...You can see the Old Testament in the original Hebrew next to the English and the New Testament in Greek plus English. Knowing the EXACT word that's being used in a particular verse can be very enlightening." --ArtC, customer review on Barnes and Noble
"This Bible is user-friendly. The layout of this Bible is easy to read and follow in the Hebrew & Greek. The numbers are well displayed to trace to the Strong's Exhaustive Concordance... I can now finally satisfy my curiosity about complete and accurate word meanings. Having access to the whole Interlinear Bible makes cross referencing much faster..." --Sharon, Customer Review on Hendrickson Rose
"It's the best Bible ever! This [Bible] has been a tree of knowledge to me. ...It really helped me understand the Word of God. After 20 years I still enjoy reading... love it..." --Bud, Customer Review
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Yes, you should get a magnifying glass, but if you have 20/20, you can manage--it's like reading the small text in a warranty package. I'm glad the text is not larger; otherwise, there'd be volumes to purchase.
Yes, the Old Testament is in Hebrew, and the New Testament is in Greek; it's redundant to have the opposite. Having a Greek Old Testament is like having a Greek Beowulf.
No, it is not light and compact. It's size is similar to volume of the Encyclopedia Britannica.
No, it does not teach you Hebrew or Greek, but you can learn through context clues. It teaches you the basics of each language and how to use the resource as a whole. The translation is done for you. Using this resource in concert with Strong's Concordance, Vine's Dictionary, and Study Bibles like Scofield's KJV or MacArthur's NASB is what makes it happen. You get out what you put in.
Overall, it gets the job done. For example, if I see a word in Scofield's KJV or MacArthur's NASB and am curious about its origin or definition, The Interlinear Bible gives it to you in its original form and has a whole translation on the side. A "Strong's tag number" is on top of the word, which allows you to review the history, meaning, explication, etc. in Strong's Concordance and Vine's Dictionary. Also, the tag number links the word to its other uses in the Bible, including similar words. When you pursue its other uses in the Bible, there's additional commentary in the footnotes that may not be in the other resources. Following this process pays in dividends, even for a layman like me. It's circular, wonderful, and awe-inspiring--the depth and majesty of the Holy Word is beyond compare. I've only been doing this for a couple months, and what I understood to be a source of infinite knowledge was to my degree of understanding a pond of knowledge, which has turned into a lake, a lake, into an ocean, and it keeps growing bigger.
Backdrop: I'm a novice. I'm a low-level Auto Claims Adjuster. I have a B.A. from a public university. When Christ saved me, it was around this time, 2014. I spent roughly a year reading through a KJV and John MacArthur's NASB (which is great for someone who wants biblical commentary that is easy to understand yet comprehensive). Listening to sermons by Pastor MacArthur, Pastor Paul Sheppard, and my local church, it became apparent that in order to take my studies to the next level, I'll need to do what they do--study Scripture in its original form. Now, not knowing what they were, I remember these Pastors mentioning Scofield's Bible, Vine's Dictionary, and Strong's Concordance; I remember whole sermons revolving around the translation and semantics of a particular Greek or Hebrew word or phrase. I had no idea where to begin, so I came to Amazon. I jumped when I saw this resource and then sat down and worried when I saw the comments. Seeing a Youtube video of it helped remove half the negative comments--buying a magnifying glass with it helped remove another third. And, if I remember correctly, not being a student of Hebrew, a Rabbi, or a person wanting to sing in Hebrew helped remove the rest.
I hope this review helps. Godspeed.
The only drawbacks that I can find so far are that the print is VERY small yet the book is huge and it "literally" (pun) weighs a few pounds. It could not be done any other way than this, unless it was broken up into volumes (which would increase their printing costs and shelf space needed to hold this precious resource). If it is needed by you, grabbing a magnifying glass to read this is WELL WORTH the slight hassle.
Nonetheless, the obvious and tedious long and many hours of work put into this Bible stand out phenomenally. The quality that this tool provides is due full well deserves ten stars out of five (if that were possible), because this is a work of etymological brilliance.
This is already one of my MOST FAVORITE Bible study aides because I used to have an LTV - but I passed on to my daughter. So I KNOW that this Bible will grow more and more on me. I've already got another copy coming in the mail that I am going to give to my pastor to aide him in his weekly sermon and personal Bible studies.
The way that the LITERAL TRANSLATION reads is amazing!
As far as the Greek translation: the wording is even left in it's original order, which sets it TRUE to the mark of being LITERAL. Therefore, in my opinion, Jay P. Green will have NO WORRIES when he faces God Almighty about how that he expressl translated and had put into print - "God's Holy Word" - because J. P. Green kept it pure and therefore TRUE.
One can't go wrong with this purchase if they are getting it for themself or for someone else that GETS INTO THE MEAT OF THE WORD and desires to hold and SEE The Holy Word of God Jehovah written out in fully accurate truth.
This Bible is NOT for those newly accepted into Christ's body - not by a lonnnnnnnnng shot. It is DEFINITELY for a more seasoned student in God's Word.
*2 Timothy 2:15
(Word for word translated from the Greek states this:)
those hearing. Earnestly (study) yourself approved to show to God a workman unashamed, rightly dividing the word
(verse 16) of truth. (Then verse 16 continues).
*Please see the highlighted text in photo.
Then Green's "Literal Translation Version (LTV) of the Bible" translates it out as this:
2 Timothy 2:15
Earnestly study to show yourself approved to God, a workman unashamed, rightly dividing the Word of Truth.
1. I'd buy it again if I gave this one away.
2. It is an awesome copy of God's divinely inspired and thus Holy Word of the Truth that sets us free.
3. Once you get it you'll have a hard time putting it back down after you hold it Lovingly and tightly and when you have it opened up and are reading it. Trust me brother/sister in Christ (or non-believer)... I'm speaking from experience; I crave and need more time alone with God and this - His tool.
It's kinda like how watching a foreign movie with dubbing in your language is nice, but when you watch the same movie with subtitles you tend to gain more information. The emotional attachment that comes from hearing a voice you understand can help to immerse in the flow of the story, but reading a more accurate breakdown of what is being said tends to provide greater understanding of what is being presented.