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The KJV/RV Interlinear Bible Black Calfskin RV655X [Leather Bound]

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26 Jan 2012 1107630932 978-1107630932 Box Lea
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) • extra ruled paper for the reader's notes • 15 colour maps and a map index • list of variant readings preferred by the American Standard Version translation committee

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  • Leather Bound: 1592 pages
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press; Box Lea edition (26 Jan 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1107630932
  • ISBN-13: 978-1107630932
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 21.6 x 25.4 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,729,745 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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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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1.0 out of 5 stars NOT what it appears to be 18 Mar 2014
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A Huge disappointment in my view. Basically the fault is that there is just too much information embedded here on each page - notes/comparisons/commentary/cross-references/inserts - and that some of the footnotes are either illegible because of very poor printing or have faded or are too small. Simply not good enough Cambridge!! - considering this is retailing at 140.

This Bible is essentially un-readable as a continuous text and that is the problem. Maybe serviceable as a research tool for poring over for reference purposes but if the reader wants to read AND enjoy either the KJV or the RV then this version should most definitely be avoided. A shame.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Best "English" Interlinear on the market! 3 Oct 2012
By Paul W. Esposito - Published on Amazon.com
Usually, Interlinear Bibles are Greek and English, while multiple English translations in the same Bible are called "parallel" Bibles.
I own the original goatskin edition of the Bible, and it has become my favorite and "go to" Bible. Its format is so unique! It's actually 1 Bible, but then divides the lines into two when the texts differ.
I really like this for 2 reasons:
1. It's a little easier to read some of the difficult passages that have changed meanings in the space of 270 years. (1611-1880)
2. The reader can see all the textual variants between the KJV and ultimately all the newer Bibles today, right in the text, as opposed to searching for a footnote.
Another great thing about this Bible is all the great helps that are in it--2 translations in one, thin, calfskin binding, center column references, AND all the footnotes from the original American Standard Version translators of 1901, and all the suggestions that they made to the revision.
The last time this Bible went out of print, they were selling on Ebay for hundreds of dollars; be sure to purchase this great interlinear while it's still around.
I highly recommend this Cambridge Bible!
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