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The New Testament: New King James Interlinked Version Hardcover – 31 Dec 1993


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The book of the genealogy of Jesus Christ, the Son of David, the Son of Abraham. Read the first page
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful
Good reference material, typical Nelson poor quality 5 Mar. 2002
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
For those of us using the NKJV, this is very helpful to have. The quality of the information presented is excellent but I have to say the binding and paper quality are horrible. Nelson should be ashamed of themselves. The binding is of the same poor quality as their concordance. It feels like it's going to fall apart with any serious use. The paper looks to be recycled. It's a shame that Nelson doesn't have the integrity to produce reference materials that reflect the subject they are working with.
17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
A few extras that make it more useful than most 10 Oct. 2004
By Harold McFarland - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
When it comes to interlinear Bibles there is generally not a lot of difference between them. However, this one has one particular feature that sets it apart from other ones I have examined. Even with each word translated beneath the Greek word the Greek sentence structure can still make it difficult to correctly translate a sentence. To help with this problem when words need to be reordered so they conform to English rules then the text includes a number by each of the words so you can easily put them in the appropriate sequence. This is a very helpful feature.

In addition to the interlinear translation on the right side of each page is the New King James Version translation for the passages on that page. This makes it easy to go from the Greek to the translation of each word and then to the final translated text.

At the back of the book is a section titled Word Studies, but it is more like a basic dictionary than a true word study. Each entry has the Greek word, transliteration, definition, and a single reference in the New Testament.

While the Word Studies section may be of minimal value the rest of the text is excellently done with idioms also combined and translated. With the sequencing of the words and translation of idioms in addition to the expected word for word translation "The NKJV Greek-English Interlinear New Testament" is a highly recommended purchase for anyone looking for an Interlinear Bible.
22 of 24 people found the following review helpful
Elegantly done 20 July 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
The layout of the pages is clean and neat, the paper is nice, the size is convenient, the typeface is legible, and the word studies are useful and easy to find. True, notes on the parsing of each word would be useful too, but would probably mess up the clarity of the page. Guess we'll just have to actually study some Greek, if we want to know everything. But with some basic study of Greek (in the regretably unavailable book by Jim Found, Basic Greek in 30 minutes a day, I am able to look for myself at the Greek text and see exactly how the sentences are put together, the literal meaning of the Greek, and the translation choices that the NKJV has made. This book is well worth owning for anyone who wants to be able to think for themselves about the New Testament. And that is well worth thinking about!
14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Very good! 26 Oct. 1998
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
I've been enjoying this book for the three years while going to Seminary and in my home Bible classes. Very practical and handy book. NASB, of course, could be even better as a parallel text, but NKJ sometimes suggest an even better flow of thought. Too bad, it does not have a Greek-English dictionary in the end. Some grammatical notations above the words might have been of some help as well.
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
simply excellent 25 Feb. 2001
By B. F. Mooney - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
If you want access to a full-featured New Testament, givng you the opportunity to view the Greek text in interlinear format, with translator's notes for the three main Greek sources, plus word studies on slected Greek words, all combined with the New King James Version, this is your book. Very reasonably priced for a hardcover. The New King James version is a slightly updated version of the origianl King James version, easier to read and understand but still in keeping with the version of the Bible amny of us were raised on. All-in-all, an instructive and enjoyable book for bible study.
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