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Interlinear NIV Parallel New Testament in Greek and English, The [Hardcover]

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Item Specifications...

Pages   1052
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 8.75" Width: 5.73" Height: 1.75"
Weight:   2.34 lbs.
Binding  Hardcover
Release Date   Sep 30, 1999
Publisher   Zondervan Publishing
ISBN  0310227631  
EAN  9780310227632  
UPC  025986227630  

Bible Binding: Cloth
Color: Blue, Pastel
Point/Type Size: 11.00
Version: PAR

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Item Description...
The interlinear English text features the author's own translation. The marginal text is the 21st edition of Eberhard Nestle's Noovum Testamentum Graece.

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Reviews - What do our customers think?
Great Greek Launching Point  Jul 28, 2005
As a layman struggling to teach myself Greek, I find this Interlinear a valuable aid.

To me, the ability to place two translations side by side with the original Greek and Alfred Marshall's translation is an invaluable aid to my Bible studies. By relating the Greek words to their NRSV and the NIV translations, I find I am able to gain a clearer insight into the passages I study.

The other reviewers may be accurate, but to me, their criticisms are not relevant. My fluency with the Greek is too limited to fairly judge. As a student who seeks to enhance his bible reading, I find this Interlinear is a great place from which to launch my Greek journey.
Wonderful Interlinear Bible! - Wait until you see the Greek!  Apr 30, 2004
[Wonderful Interlinear Bible! - Wait until you see the Greek!]

You will not believe what you will find! You will see that often a number of different Greek words are translated into a single English word. Here are a few examples:

@ Were the three wisemen really called "wisemen" or were they "magi" (non-Jews)? Were there really three? Mt 2

@ Were Jesus' brothers and sisters really blood relatives? See Mt 13:55, Mark 31-35

@ Did the wine really turn to blood or did they mean that figuratively? See Mt 26:28

@ Notice in the story of the adulteress in John 8 that the second time Jesus writes in the dirt, he is actually categorizing (8:8). The first time Jesus Writes he is actually just writing (8:6). But in most translations, the word "write" is used in both cases.

@ What did Jesus really call his mom at the Wedding At Cana? (John 2) Was it really "dearest Woman" as some translations show?

@ What did Jesus mean in In Mt 23:8 when he said to call no man Father?

You will need a good Greek-English dictionary like the The Oxford Greek Dictionary. This way you can look up the words in Greek for yourself and see the full meaning of a key word. You will be amazed what you will find!

You might also consider the larger print but more expensive version (...)

Somewhat disappointed  May 25, 2003
I am just a beginner in NT Greek, but I do know the alphabet, and have been disappointed when using this resource in conjunction with Thayer's Greek-English Lexicon, because the Greek spelling of the words (in some cases) don't match between the two. Maybe this is due to a fact that I'm ignorant of; if so, then I apologize - yet it still is confusing. Additionally, it is not coded to Strong's numbers (which is very handy if the spelling is not identical between two works).
Not Bad  Feb 25, 2002
This is not a bad interlinear, it's based on the NA-21. I prefer Comfort's and McReynold's interlinears (which are based on NA-26/27)

For the price, you are much better off going with McReynold's Word Study interlinear, you get much more, it's better, and at a cheaper price.

Comfort's is much more handy, better sized, and more user friendly to read.

This is not a bad interlinear at all, you woundn't go wrong by buying it, but I think for your money, you can get a much better deal with McReynold's, and I prefer Comfort's over this one because it's written in a better format.

I wouldn't let the "NIV" English persuade you to buy this over one of the above mentioned (which have NRSV running text).

I never read the running English text anyway, I use the interlinear's for the greek, and the author's choice of tranlation....I'm sure anyone who would buy a greek interlinear already has versions such as NIV/NASB/NRSV/NAB, etc. anyway.


Great concept poorly executed  Dec 19, 2001
I was looking for a parallel NRSV-NIV Bible, and was excited when I
found this one because I thought it would give me the chance to review
and enhance my college Greek as well.

My excitement turned to
disappointment when I opened the book and saw its tiny print and
especially the poor print quality of the interlinear
translation. Rather than put the NRSV and NIV on one page and the
interlinear on the facing page, each page contains all three
translations. This means that all the English is in 6-point type, with
superscripts and footnotes in 3- or 4-point. The NRSV and NIV were
obviously re-set for this edition and are still readable, but the
interlinear appears to have been photocopied, manually cut and pasted,
and then reduced. There are obvious variations in type weight on the
same page (e.g. pp. 140, 389), many characters are smudged or blurred,
the superscripts are little more than tiny blobs, footnotes are often
skewed from the text (pp. 346, 393), text columns themselves are
sometimes skewed (p. 399), and in one case the edge of the pasted
paper is visible above the footnote (p. 350). In all, it exhibits the
quality of a poor fax, not of a scholarly publication.

It took quite
some research to determine that the Greek text, from the 21st edition
of Novum Testamentum Graece, dates back to 1952. This is six editions
and 41 years behind the current 27th edition from 1993.

I look
forward to the day when I can buy a readable NIV-NRSV-interlinear
Greek Bible, including a current version of the Greek text. This is
not that book.


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