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The Greek New Testament: UBS4 With NRSV & NIV (English and Greek Edition) epub download

by John R. Kohlenberger III


UBS4 with NRSV & NIV. When your pursuit of accuracy and meaning takes you to the Greek text of the New Testament . This is a great resource for anyone who has a good knowledge of New Testament Greek and wants a copy of the New Testament in Greek.

This is a great resource for anyone who has a good knowledge of New Testament Greek and wants a copy of the New Testament in Greek.

Great to have a Greek/NIV New Testament The presentation of the book is first-rate, but it is not meant to supplant the place of a standard United Bible Societies (UBS) or Nestle-Aland (NA) Greek New Testament.

Great to have a Greek/NIV New Testament. It has the Greek text on the left page and the English (NIV) text on the right page. I prefer this format over the formats that mix the Greek text above the English text. Also nice to have a Dictionary in the back of this Bible. The presentation of the book is first-rate, but it is not meant to supplant the place of a standard United Bible Societies (UBS) or Nestle-Aland (NA) Greek New Testament. This book came out just as the NA28 hit the presses. But with so few changes in the NA28 from the NA27, this should not harm the value of this study tool.

In one volume both the Greek and English New Testaments are beautifully presented for devotional reading.

I've been learning New Testament Greek from books and audio for about six months on my ow. .hard to do as an adult. And of course this one. I would say this is a competing product to Zondervan's: A Reader's Greek New Testament. 6 people found this helpful.

The pages are an off-white and easy on the eyes. They are opaque enough so that the printing on the opposite side shows through just a bit but not enough to be that noticeable

The pages are an off-white and easy on the eyes. They are opaque enough so that the printing on the opposite side shows through just a bit but not enough to be that noticeable. There are biblical in color inside both covers, acting as end papers. The cover is dark blue with gold lettering; it is a hardcover but is a bit flexible. The lettering on the outside is gold, and the page-marker ribbon is gold colored too. The text/type is clearly readable, but the breathing marks are small (as with most Greek text)

Additional features of the NIV Greek and English New Testament include: Side-by-side format (Greek text on one page .

Format Hardback 976 pages.

The Greek New Testament book. It will be a good fit for those who are new to the study of New Testament Greek and those whose Greek has gotten a little rusty.

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Publication: Zondervan Publishing House, 1993Description: 481 . SBN: 0-310-41400-8. Dewey: 22. K64Subject: Bible. English - Greek Interlinear translations, English.

A reading of the Greek New Testament (USB4, NA27) with Erasmian style pronunciation by John Schwandt. Listen to the entire Greek New Testament by book and chapter or by pericope. The complete UBS4 Greek New Testament in MP3 format

A reading of the Greek New Testament (USB4, NA27) with Erasmian style pronunciation by John Schwandt. The complete UBS4 Greek New Testament in MP3 format. Listen to a sample from Mark 1

John R. Kohlenberger III is a specialist in the application of computers to Bible-related reference projects. Библиографические данные.

and the dictionary in the back made it great. My Novum Testamentum Graece looked great on my bookshelf, but this is the volume I actually used! Читать весь отзыв. John R. The Greek New Testament: UBS4 with NRSV & NIV. Автор. United Bible Societies. Kohlenberger.

The only parallel New Testament with the UBS3 (corrected) Greek text, as well as the NIV and NRSV. With all the NIV and NRSV footnotes in Greek and English.

The Greek New Testament: UBS4 With NRSV & NIV (English and Greek Edition) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0310414001

ISBN: 0310414008

Author: John R. Kohlenberger III

Category: Christian Books

Subcategory: Bible Study & Reference

Language: English Greek

Publisher: Zondervan (November 1, 1993)

Pages: 481 pages

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Rating: 4.6

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Qudanilyr
This is a great resource for personal study. I am glad that i own it. In my opinion, it has one significant flaw: it has no dictionary. I wish I could look up what some of the salient Greek verbs mean at the back without always having to run and find my huge lexicon or thumb through the back of my UBS 3rd edition GNT. But this minor quibble aside, it is a nice resource because it beats having to pull 3 separate Bibles off of the shelf.
Qudanilyr
This is a great resource for personal study. I am glad that i own it. In my opinion, it has one significant flaw: it has no dictionary. I wish I could look up what some of the salient Greek verbs mean at the back without always having to run and find my huge lexicon or thumb through the back of my UBS 3rd edition GNT. But this minor quibble aside, it is a nice resource because it beats having to pull 3 separate Bibles off of the shelf.
Rishason
This is my go-to Greek text. It's the perfect resource for those who (like me) can read Greek but can't translate "on the fly."

I find interlinear texts distracting and annoying -- it's impossible to read the Greek text without dropping down to the "translation" line, which is rarely helpful and sometimes inaccurate. The three-column format in this resource is exactly what I need: compare the Greek text to the NRSV (by far the best translation available) and the 1984 revision of the NIV (which I regard as deeply flawed; I would much prefer the very literal New American Standard Bible [1960] in its place).

Information on variant readings is spotty; you'll need a critical edition (UBS4, e.g.) for that. But for a quick look at what the Greek text says, this is the best place to go.
Rishason
This is my go-to Greek text. It's the perfect resource for those who (like me) can read Greek but can't translate "on the fly."

I find interlinear texts distracting and annoying -- it's impossible to read the Greek text without dropping down to the "translation" line, which is rarely helpful and sometimes inaccurate. The three-column format in this resource is exactly what I need: compare the Greek text to the NRSV (by far the best translation available) and the 1984 revision of the NIV (which I regard as deeply flawed; I would much prefer the very literal New American Standard Bible [1960] in its place).

Information on variant readings is spotty; you'll need a critical edition (UBS4, e.g.) for that. But for a quick look at what the Greek text says, this is the best place to go.
great ant
This is a great resource for anyone who has a good knowledge of New Testament Greek and wants a copy of the New Testament in Greek. This is NOT an interlinear (first line in Greek, second line a literal English translation); the Greek text here remains un-translated. However, the NIV and NRSV translations appear to the left and right of the block of Greek text, which is the United Bible Societies' 4th edition. This is the best critical text available. The alternate textual readings appear in the Greek text only if they are found in the footnotes of the NIV and/or NRSV. So, every alternate reading may not be present in this Greek New Testament. Overall, this is a very useful book, and as a student of the Greek language, I have used it many times.
great ant
This is a great resource for anyone who has a good knowledge of New Testament Greek and wants a copy of the New Testament in Greek. This is NOT an interlinear (first line in Greek, second line a literal English translation); the Greek text here remains un-translated. However, the NIV and NRSV translations appear to the left and right of the block of Greek text, which is the United Bible Societies' 4th edition. This is the best critical text available. The alternate textual readings appear in the Greek text only if they are found in the footnotes of the NIV and/or NRSV. So, every alternate reading may not be present in this Greek New Testament. Overall, this is a very useful book, and as a student of the Greek language, I have used it many times.