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King James Version and the Revised Version (Black Goatskin Leather)

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Item Specifications...

Pages   1684
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 9.99" Width: 8.05" Height: 1.55"
Weight:   2.8 lbs.
Binding  Leather
Release Date   Apr 10, 1994
Publisher   CAMBRIDGE BIBLES #661
ISBN  0521508606  
EAN  9780521508605  
Point/Type Size: 0.00
Version: PAR

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Item Description...
The Interlinear Bible is really two Bibles in one. It combines the King James Version of 1611 with its first authorised successor, the Revised Version of 1885. The usual method for comparing two translations is to print the text in two parallel columns. In the Interlinear Bible, where the two texts are identical, only one line of type appears. Where there is any deviation, the RV is given as an upper line of smaller type, and the KJV as the lower line. This method immediately indicates where variations exist, yet it is possible to read either version with ease. - text of the KJV and the RV combined - cross-references from the RV - footnotes from the KJV and the RV - alphabetically arranged blank index pages - Bible Companion (a reading guide for each day of the year) - 64 pages of ruled paper for the reader's notes - 16 pages of colour maps and a map index - list of variant readings preferred by the American Standard Version translation committee

Book Description
The Interlinear Bible is really two Bibles in one. It combines the King James Version of 1611 with its first authorised successor, the Revised Version of 1885. This edition includes the highly-respected cross-references from the Revised Version, which are considered to be among the finest ever produced. It also carries the footnotes from both versions, giving at times four different renderings of difficult passages.

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Baker Publishing Group Baker Publishing Group is an Evangelical Christian book publisher based in Grand Rapids, Michigan. It has six main divisions: Bethany House, Revell, Baker Books, Baker Academic, Chosen and Brazos Press.

The company was founded in 1939, by Herman Baker. The company has published of Christian books that discuss many issues, from family life to theology, within a broadly evangelical framework. Baker publishes books and ministry resources for pastors and church leaders, concentrating on topics such as preaching, worship, pastoral ministries, counseling and leadership. Baker also publishes for lay Christians on topics such as discipleship, spirituality, encouragement, relationships, marriage, parenting and the intersection of Christianity and culture.

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Baker Books - has a vision for building up the body of Christ through books that are relevant, intelligent, and engaging. We publish titles for lay Christians on topics such as discipleship, spirituality, encouragement, relationships, marriage, parenting, and the intersection of Christianity and culture. We also publish books and ministry resources for pastors and church leaders, concentrating on topics such as preaching, worship, pastoral ministries, counseling, and leadership.

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Since July of 1990, Baker Publishing Group has been proud to be the North American distributor for Cambridge University Press Bibles. We take great pride in offering the world's finest Bibles to its customers. Each Bible is treated with the same traditional care and devotion to craftsmanship as was Cambridge's first Bible in 1591. In an age of mass production and quick turnover, Baker believes that readers still want and appreciate the fine quality Bibles that Cambridge offers.

GOD'S WORD Translation (GW) is a Baker Bible Translation that accurately translates the meaning of the original texts into clear, everyday language. Readable and reliable, GW is living, active, and life-changing.

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Outstanding for scholarly study  May 7, 2004
This Interlinear is outstanding for the serious student of God's Word. Something not mentioned in the other reviews is the fact that one can see the differences between the original language texts used by the translators of these respective translations. Especially in the New Testament, one can read the King James and see the "textus receptus" used by its translators in comparison to the "critical text" used by the RV translators (the text upon which virtually ALL modern translations are based--except for the NKJV). It's great to be able to see the sometimes extensive, as well as the subtle differences, between these two texts. And to be able to "see" these diffences by simply reading the text is very enlightening (not to mention time-saving). That's a big plus. Also the combining of the marginal notations of BOTH the KJV and the RV is extremely enlightening. It provides much fodder for thought as alternative translations or literal renderings of the Hebrew or Greek are so succinctly provided. The cross references in the center column are a bit of a strain on the eyes...but as other reviers have noted--they are excellent.

In terms of quality of product: Definitely 5 stars! The goatskin leather is an absolute aesthetic delight (both to the eyes as well as the hand). Very lush and high-quality! The paper is high-quality and very thin. But one thing that surprised me was that even using colored markers, the bleed-through is virtually non-existent. There is also room in the margins for personal notes (but I've not, as yet, taken my pen there (it's almost too beautiful to mar with my poor penmanship).

The quality of the printing is also excellent--dark and very clean and clear (although some of the "parallel" aspects are a little smaller than I would like. Blame it on age and dwindling eye-sight.

As a study Bible, this is a "superior" study Bible. There is so much wealth of information contained within this interlinear. The RV is probably the most "literal" translation that has ever been produced. For those who don't know Hebrew or Greek, this Bible is the next best thing for being able to read Hebrew and Greek. The 1881 translators set out to produce a translation that was absolutely meticulous--and they succeded! In sum, I would highly recommend the KJV/RV Interlinear for the meticulous student of God's Word. And given reasonable care, this Bible is defintely a treasured "heirloom" built to last a life-time (and perhaps then-some). As far as I'm concerned, NO ONE produces a higher quality Bible than Cambridge! "Take up and read."

Is there any better?  Dec 21, 2003
Hats off again to Cambridge Publisher. There is no finer binding than that found on their Bibles. Oxford University Press doesn't even come close to the quality I've come to expect from Cambridge.
Beautiful binding, useful translation  Jan 3, 2003
It's wonderful that the Revised Version is still in print. I wish the same were true of the ASV. (Contrary to what another reviewer said, it's NOT easy to reconstruct the ASV text from the RV's endnotes. Most of the differences are in the "Classes of Passages" sections that apply throughout the whole Bible, with few specific verse references.)

What a beautiful book this is! I bought it as much for the incomparable Cambridge goatskin binding as for the text. It feels and smells and MOVES so beautifully that I enjoy just holding it. It's well worth every penny. I wish Cambridge published all versions of the Bible. The only problem is that it's too lovely to carry around unprotected, and nobody makes a Bible cover big enough to hold it.
Things unmentioned in first review  Oct 4, 2001
I would only add a few things to the previous review:

1) that the Revised Version is the closest thing to the Greek you'll see in English, even more so than the New American Standard (which was based on its American Printing, the ASV).

2) You can reconstruct the ASV from the changes list supplied in the helps. There are not that many changes.

3) This translation is also accompanied by extensive cross-references, which are not just lists of verses as they are in every other Bible, but they have semantic tags attached:

a) no tag means exact or close parallel;
b) "Cited" or "Cited from" means actual quotation;
c) "Cp." means references, when the parallel is less exact;
d) "See" means either a passage where the main references have been collected, like the NIV Cross-Reference System does it, or it means a longer passage, parallel or explanatory;
e) "al" means all the parallels are not given;
f) "?" is placed after a reference which may or may not be applicable;
g) "mg" refers to references to marginal readings

In addition, the references are given in a certain order:
1. Quotations or exact verbal parallels;
2. Passages with similarity of idea or expression;
3. Explanatory or illustrative
4. Historical or geographical
5. Illustrating differences of rendering from the KJV

So if you like the NAS cross references, or the NIV cross references, I believe you'll like these even more.

4) There are other fun things in this Bible; a through-the-Bible calendar you can use in a one- or three-year format; blank note sheets of high quality paper; wide margins!

This is an Inter-Linear Bible of very high quality.  Jul 16, 1999
I wasn't familiar with the concept of an inter-linear text before buying this book. The King James and the Revised versions are nearly identical, where the Revised is a little more clearly stated to the modern ear than is the KJV. Interlinear text comes in where the two versions diverge. The text becomes smaller so that two lines will fit where there is normally one. The KJV then appears above the RV. My first impression was that this would make the book difficult to read, but after reading several pages I saw that the eye really does adjust to the task quite handily. Plus the payoff is nice - two texts in one that can be read truely simulteneously - not like in a parallel bible.

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