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Interlinear KJV-NIV Parallel New Testament in Greek and English Hardcover – February 11, 1991
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Text: English, Greek
From the Back Cover
The Interlinear KJV-NIV Parallel New Testament does three things for you. It sets the popular, classic King James Version and the best-selling, contemporary New International Version side by side so you can easily compare them. It directly relates Greek words in the Nestle's Greek text to their corresponding translations in the KJV and NIV texts. And it allows easier reading of the Greek New Testament. These advantages offer you a better understanding of the Bible as a result. This proven study tool uses Alfred Marshall's interlinear English text--the standard, widely used literal translation of the Nestle's Greek text, 21st edition. A generation of students, pastors, and scholars has relied on Marshall's renowned contribution to biblical study. The Interlinear KJV-NIV Parallel format will bring new depth, perspective, and insight to your Bible studies.
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Top Customer Reviews
This book is too bulky for easy use. I recently saw an old edition of Marshall's interlinear with just the KJV beside it on the same page, and the book was MUCH more compact. Those who want a KJV-NIV parallel should find another edition, and those who want a Greek interlinear should find that--having them both in the same book, while it may be useful to some, to me seems pointless and results in a product that is unnecessarily difficult to use.
Alfred Marshall has VERY few translator's notes; several more would have been welcome.
This book was given to me, so there were no misrepresentations or similar disappointments.
As often happens when a language is not regularly used, the vocabulary is forgotten along with the ability to do instantaneous translations in one's head. This book along with a good analytical Greek lexicon can help bridge the gap with great success. I use "The Analytical Greek Lexicon" published by Samuel Bagster and Sons Limited, London.
The Koine Greek language was a fortuitous choice for the writing of the New Testament. The old expression, "the Greeks had a word for it" suggests the richness of the Greek language along with its ability to accurately describe thoughts, feelings and events.
Often in my preparation I will go to the Greek to be sure I understand as accurately as possible the ideas the writer sought to convey to the reader; this book along with my analytical Greek lexicon has, I believe, helped me to more effectively express the original meanings of the writer.
All of this does require some working knowledge of the Greek language and the ability to look up the Greek word in the lexicon. If you have the ability to do that one of the interlinear Greek - English New Testament books can be very helpful. This book provides the Greek text, a literal translation of the Greek, and an English translation along side. With that combination it becomes very easy to find the Greek word in question and research it in the lexicon.
Amazon offers a wide variety of interlinear Greek - English New Testaments; if you have the background, one of these volumes could be of great value.
This is the 'old' NIV, which imho is more accurate and less watered-down to suit current cultural trends in American English. A valuable tool when used with a concordance like Strong's. Good job.
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I always want to know New Testament Bible which were written by apostles of Jesus its original meanings in Greek.Read more