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Interlinear Bible: Hebrew-Greek-English w/Strong's Concordance Numbers Above Each Word

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The only complete interlinear Bible available in Englishand it's keyed to Strong's Exhaustive Concordance! Thousands of pastors, students, and laypeople have found The Interlinear Bible to be a time-saving tool for researching the subtle nuances and layers of meaning within the original biblical languages. Featuring the complete Hebrew and Greek texts with a direct English ...more
Hardcover, 976 pages
Published September 1st 1986 by Hendrickson Pub (first published January 1st 1980)
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Jesse Walters
This book (paired with the Strong's Concordance of the Bible) has helped me so much and has become a staple in my life when studying scripture. It directly translates every word from Hebrew and Greek in the Bible. It's not bias or trying to send a message, only facts.
A nice cross/reference to keep on your shelf.

Compliments a Strong's Concordance, these 2 tools are perfect for anyone who enjoys seriously studying The Bible.
My preferred go-to when reading or studying the Protestant scriptures. Very small print, the Hebrew and Greek words can be difficult to read. Plenty of space to write notes. Tabs would have been nice for book divisions -easy enough to fix. The English translation is sloppy in places -combined with the Strong's numbers and Hebrew/Greek dictionaries, it works well enough.
A very helpful tool when pursuing a better understanding of the bible.

I do recommend however to have more than one lexicon or dictionary to reference to get a broader understanding of things.
Carol Nain
A must-have reference addition to any Bible study, am always refering to it. Also found out about E-Sword on line awesome website with down-loadable concordances.
Den Slader
This is a great reference tool; however, some of the numbers for Strong's Concordance are wrong and need detective work.
Becky Nelson
Fantastic reference Bible!!
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Jay P. Green, Sr. (1918 – May 20, 2008) was an ordained minister, Bible translator, publisher, and businessman.

Green was born in Ennis, Kentucky. He earned degrees from Washington University in St. Louis, Toronto Baptist Seminary, and Covenant Theological Seminary.

His motivation to produce an accessible, more easily understood translation of the Bible began when he tried to read the King James Ver
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