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Author: Bryan W. Smith,Richard J. Goodrich,Albert L. Lukaszewski,A. Philip Brown II
ISBN: 0310325897
Subcategory: Bible Study & Reference
Publisher Zondervan; Multilingual edition (April 11, 2010)
Language English
Category: Christians and Bibles
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 913
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eBook A Reader's Hebrew and Greek Bible download

by Bryan W. Smith,Richard J. Goodrich,Albert L. Lukaszewski,A. Philip Brown II


This combined A Reader's Greek New Testament and A Reader’s Hebrew Bible offers the following features .

This combined A Reader's Greek New Testament and A Reader’s Hebrew Bible offers the following features:, Complete text of the Hebrew and Aramaic Bible, using the Westminister Leningrad Codex, Greek text underlying Today’s New International Version-with footnotes comparing wherever this text is different from the UBS4 text, Footnoted definitions of all Hebrew words This combined A Reader's. Here they give "glosses," which give the reader the basic meaning of the word.

This combined A Reader's Greek New Testament and A Reader’s Hebrew .

This combined A Reader's Greek New Testament and A Reader’s Hebrew Bible offers the following features:, Complete text of the Hebrew and Aramaic Bible, using the Westminister Leningrad Codex, Greek text underlying Today’s New International Version-with footnotes comparing wherever this text is different from the UBS4 text, Footnoted definitions of all Hebrew words occurring 100 times o. What are the best products to start with? A

by Richard J. Goodrich, Albert L. Lukaszewski, Bryan W. Smith, et a.

This combined A Reader's Greek New Testament and A Reader's Hebrew Bible offers the following features: - Complete text of the Hebrew and Aramaic Bible, using the Westminister Leningrad Codex - Greek text underlying Today's New International Version-with footnotes comparing wherever this text is different from the UBS4 text- Footnoted definitions of all Hebrew words occurring 100 times.

A. Philip Brown II (PhD, Bob Jones University) is Professor of Bible and Theology at God’s Bible School and College in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Philip Brown II (Author), Bryan W. Smith (Author), Richard J. Goodrich (Author), Albert L. Lukaszewski (Author). Overview Related Courses. A. Bryan W. Smith (PhD, Bob Jones University) is Bible integration coordinator at Bob Jones University Press. Richard J. Goodrich (P. University of St. Andrews) is lecturer in the department of history at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington.

This combined A Reader's Greek New Testament and A Reader's Hebrew Bible offers the following features: - Complete text of the Hebrew and Aramaic Bible, using the Westminister Leningrad Codex - Greek text underlying Today's New International Version-with foottes comparing.

This combined A Reader's Greek New Testament and A Reader's Hebrew Bible offers the following features: - Complete text of the Hebrew and Aramaic Bible, using the Westminister Leningrad Codex - Greek text underlying Today's New International Version-with foottes comparing wherever this text is different from the UBS4 text - Footted definitions of all Hebrew words occurring 100 times

Philip Brown, Richard J. Lukaszewski

Philip Brown, Richard J. Lukaszewski. This combined A Reader's Greek New Testament and A Reader's Hebrew Bible offers the following features: - Complete text of the Hebrew and Aramaic Bible, using the Westminister Leningrad Codex - Greek text underlying Today's New International Version-with footnotes comparing wherever this text is different from the UBS4 text- Footnoted definitions of all Hebrew words occurring 100 times.

The Complete Hebrew-Greek Bible Author: Aron Dotan, .

If you’re like me, and have been hoping for the day when these two wonderful works would appear in print together, you will NOT be disappointed

This combined A Reader's Greek New Testament and A Reader’s Hebrew Bible offers the following features:• Complete text of the Hebrew and Aramaic Bible, using the Westminister Leningrad Codex • Greek text underlying Today’s New International Version―with footnotes comparing wherever this text is different from the UBS4 text• Footnoted definitions of all Hebrew words occurring 100 times or less―twenty-five or less for Aramaic words―with context-specific glosses• Footnoted definitions of all Greek words occurring thirty times or less• Lexicons of all Hebrew words occurring more than 100 times and Greek words occurring more than thirty times• Eight pages of full-color maps separate the OT and NT sectionsIdeal for students, pastors, and instructors, A Reader’s Hebrew and Greek Bible saves time and effort in studying the Hebrew Old Testament and Greek New Testament. By eliminating the need to look up definitions, the footnotes allow you to more quickly read the Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek text. Featuring fine-grain black European leather binding, A Reader’s Hebrew and Greek Bible is a practical, attractive, and surprisingly affordable resource.
funike
This is a GREAT tool for anyone learning Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek. The Hebrew text font is large (much larger than the Greek) but that's useful because of the way the Hebrew vowel system works. I have been reading Psalms every morning in the Hebrew and the way they present the "less common" words (I believe it is 100 occurrences or less) is awesome! It's really limited my need to have a lexicon on me. I look forward to using the Greek New Testament (I believe it's a variant of the UBS) as I learn Greek, as well.

The Bible is pretty big (about the size of a big study bible), but that is necessary. The reason is the definition sections at the bottom of the Bible that gives definitions for any words that occur 100 times or less. This is so useful! The black bonded leather feels nice. The binding is sturdy. Having two ribbons is also very handy.

Overall, this has been a blessing to my continued practice of the Biblical languages. I look forward to using it many more years to come.
Celak
I think whoever designed this has had the experience of learning to read the Hebrew Bible as an adult or at least well understands what it is like. The Hebrew text appears on each page with all the hard words listed at the bottom of the page. This is exactly what the new reader needs. Doing a Hebrew course will acquaint the student with many words but of course there are many others which have to be looked up - this is where this book is so well designed with the hard words on each page so one doesn't have to look them up. Today I read Deuteronomy 16 and there were some new words there, I try to read 1 chapter a day or perhaps half a chapter a day, there are almost always new words. I certainly recommend this volume to those who wish to read the Bible in the original languages.
melody of you
As a student of Greek and Hebrew, I appreciate all the work that went into this Bible. It's nearly impossible to find a Greek/Hebrew Bible, and this one is very nice. It has plenty of glosses for lesser used words in the footnotes. More common words can be found in the short lexicons at the end of each testament.

The price is very reasonable for this fine volume.

This is not an interlinear and it does not have an English translation. If you have trouble translating on the fly, grab one of the pew Bibles

The type size is perfect for the vowel marks in Hebrew. making them discernable. The Hebrew text has proper names in gray rather than black, which is helpful because it makes them identifiable as names rather than vocabulary words with no gloss.

The leather cover is a bit stiff, but it seems very rugged. Nothing to worry about. It will probably relax with use. Calf skin would have been great, but that would have jacked up the price.

The paper is Bible quality and has a silver edge.

It looks classy, and I wish they had this available 20 years ago.
CopamHuk
The "critical review" (no irony at all intended) given below, and the other comments given, are very helpful. That said, I am really looking forward to using this tool. As with so many Bibles, it uses very thin paper and so the pages will wrinkle very fast with all but the most careful use. The binding is flexible and durable but it too must be handled with care. But these matters are no worse than in the compact Letteris Edition/Delitzsch Hebrew New Testament combined that I use, and I have no real difficulty using that - this Bible is simply on a larger scale.

I give this 5 stars because of the potential usefulness of the content. Not only will it enable me to improve my fluency in reading Biblical Hebrew, but it will help jump-start my reading of the Greek New Testament beyond the beginner's stage. Reading Franz Delitzsch's Hebrew New Testament is valuable to me in many ways but no translation conveys everything and despite what some people allege, the New Testament was written in Greek (even if sometimes drawing upon Aramaic and Hebrew sources). For someone on the "low road" of original-language studies, this will be an excellent companion if treated the way I believe all books should be treated anyway.
Beanisend
I bought this Bible for use after I completed my Greek course. The footnotes with the translations confuse me sometimes because I am accustomed to glancing while reading a study Bible. That is my own fault though, not the book's. Just be aware. The font itself is thin and difficult for me which is why i rated it 4/5, but other than that it is a good copy.
Ahieones
This was exactly what I've wanted for some years but didn't know about. If anything the definitions in the footnotes make it even better. I know I'll get years of good service from this edition of the Bible so I am very satisfied with it .I would recommend it in a heartbeat to any student of the Bible who is also a student of the Bible's languages as well.