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The Contemporary parallel New Testament : eight translations

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With the exception of the classic King James Version, all of the popular translations featured in the Contemporary Parallel New Testament were published within the last quarter-century. This edition is the first to include both the New International Version and the New King James Version texts in parallel, making it especially noteworthy.
* New King James Version
* New Int
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Hardcover, 1760 pages
Published January 29th 1998 by Oxford University Press, USA
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Aaron
Dec 30, 2013 Aaron rated it really liked it
I used this book to help me during my most recent read of the New Testament. With 8 different translations of the same portion of scripture on two facing pages, this was book was very helpful to tease out the meaning of some of the more tricky NT passages. I used this while I read my Harper Collins Study Bible, which uses the NRSV as its base text, a translation that I'm sure is good, but that I don't always trust, given the translation committee's express goals that occasionally stray from a li ...more
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I'm just reading the generic Bible nothing fancy or modern but it's great to get to know if you're teaching Sunday school baby!
Dave Mankin
doesn't have every version i like, but it's a great way to see many of the different ways the new testament is translated.
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very good.
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Recommends it for: anyone looking for truth, life and the way.
I have been reading the Bible from the time I was old enough to read. The Bible contains the message of life, and how to have life more abundantly, not by reading reviews, but by accepting the truth.
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