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KEY WORD STUDY BIBLE NASB LTH BURGUNDY [Leather Bound]

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  • Leather Bound: 256 pages
  • Publisher: AMG Publishing; Lea Rev edition (20 Feb 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0899577547
  • ISBN-13: 978-0899577548
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 18.1 x 24.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars a useful resource 12 Oct 2006
Format:Bonded Leather|Verified Purchase
I use this Bible regularly. The NASB doesn't score high on readability, but I tend to read something in another translation and then check back on the keywords here. Basically, important words in each verse have a number, and you can look up the corresponding definition in the Hebrew and Greek lexicons at the back of the book. Very useful. So many words in the Bible have a richness of meaning that is lost in the English translations. If you want to be able to look up the original languages without having to actually learn any, this is a good way in.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very Very Pleased 15 Sep 2010
By Vonda
Format:Bonded Leather
Product arrived timely and in stated condition. Seller was extremely helpful, answered questions and even found information located in product to help me see if this was the exact Bible I was searching for. Highly recommend!!!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Warning: Great, But Old Version of NASB 21 Jan 2012
Format:Hardcover
Great idea, but this is the old 1977 version of the NASB. The 1995 version has significant updates. This book should be republished with the 1995 text.
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5.0 out of 5 stars NASB 15 Mar 2013
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Excellent Bible. This is really good for both just reading the Bible and also for doing any Bible study. The extras are very helpful in researching deeper meanings of some of the words.
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189 of 190 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Tired of commentaries? This Bible may help. 11 Dec 2003
By trek4fr - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Bonded Leather|Verified Purchase
This is a very good study Bible for gaining insights into the original languages of the Scriptures. As other reviewers have noted, it contains condensed versions of Hebrew and Greek lexicons and dictionaries in the back of the Bible. This makes it handy to look up KEY (more important) words in order to get a better understanding of the text. This Bible was not meant to define every word (it would be too big to be portable), but it does a good job of handling many of the key words.
This Bible is only available in bonded leather or as a hardback. No genuine leather cover is available that I know of. The binding seems solid (time will tell). The pages are very good quality for the price. The print size if very good in the Bible's text but rather small in the lexicons and dictionaries. This Bible also has a very good concordance with many more references than many of the other study Bibles out there. It has a Notes area in the back and the standard full-color maps you would find in a good Bible. It also has a handy center-cross reference.
This version is the 1977 New American Standard, not the updated '95 version. Nevertheless, it is a good, accurate, formally equivalent translation.
What I appreciate the most about this Bible is the ability to look up some words for myself instead of relying on an abundance of commentary to try to explain the text. So if you would like to get past someone else's interpretation and discover what the text means to you, this Bible can be very helpful. If we are to know what God means, it is certainly beneficial to know what He originally said. And that is the main benefit of this Bible - looking up the original Hebrew and Greek words.
100 of 100 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Outstanding study Bible 3 Jan 2007
By David C. Leaumont - Published on Amazon.com
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As I learn more about the Bible, I find more I want to study. It's funny that way. It's the only book simple enough to be understood by all, but complex enough that scholars can devote their whole lives to its study and not come close to plumbing its depths.

This Bible supplements my NIV Hebrew Greek Key Study Bible, as I wanted a more literal translation for this sort of study tool. I purchased the leather bound version, and am very happy with it.

All the awesome grammatical tools are present, except for a few differences, such as the dictionary being that of Strong's work, instead of the more modern Kohlenberger.

What this Bible contains:

Bible text of OT and NT

Grammatical aids to the NT

Lexical aids to the OT and NT

NASB Concordance of OT and NT

Guide to transliteration

Strong's Hebrew and Greek Dictionaries

Maps

Pros:

- This Bible is a little better suited to word studies, as it is a more literal translation.

- The layout of most of the Bible has slightly larger text for easy reading, without being too bulky.

- There are key notes that are usually extremely helpful and consistent with conservative, exegetical scholarship

- The cross references are very beneficial

- Despite this being a different and complicated system of notation, visual layout of the features on a two-page section in the front of the Bible make it easy to learn to use.

Cons:

- It uses Strong's dictionaries rather than Kohlenberger's lexicons. Strong's definitions are based on Thayer's Greek Lexicon, which is dated scholarship that is no longer the best source, and which confuses classical and Koine Greek frequently, causing incorrect assumptions. (This is the reason for this getting only 4 stars)

- The dictionary in the back appears to be a copy and past from another work, as the text is shrunk and very difficult to read, with a large blank space at the bottom of the page indicative of being copied from another sized page than what is used in this Bible. The Greek and Hebrew characters are very difficult to make out because of this.

In deciding between the NASB and NIV versions of this extremely valuable study tool, I am torn. On the one hand, you have the literal text of the NASB 1977 version but with Strong's dictionary. On the other hand, you have the thought-for-thought NIV Bible that is harder to do word studies in because of the way it is translated, but you have the Kohlenberger dictionaries, which are much more valuable for word study. This makes it very difficult to choose.

Overall, this is an outstanding tool for study and I would recommend adding it to your library of Christian study aids.
82 of 84 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great Word Studies, Not So Good Notes 27 Nov 2005
By Seeking Disciple - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Bonded Leather
I am not too high on "study" Bibles. As John MacArthur writes, "Study Bibles tend to be built to fit lives rather than change them." I would concur. Here in the United States we have simply too many study Bibles that are written for particular lifestyles (or theology) rather than to transform the reader. We have the Spirit-Filled (charismatic), the Reformation (Reformed), the Baptist (Calvinist), the Ryrie (Dispensational, Non-Lordship, Calvinist), the MacArthur (Dispensational, Lordship, Calvinist), Wesley (Arminian), Life in the Spirit (Pentecostal), and every subject in-between from the prayer Bible, the worship Bible, the couples devotional Bible, the recovery Bible, the Orthodox Study Bible, the Catholic Study Bible, to even liberal study Bibles such as Harper Study Bible or Oxford Study Bible.

Thankfully this Bible doesn't necessarily fall into those "study" Bible catagories. This study Bible is designed to help the reader see the Bible in its original languages without having any prior knowledge of the languages. Key words are underlined with a number to help the reader easily flip to the back and see either the Strong's word study or see Zodhiates more in-depth study of the word. While not every word is covered, many of the key theological words are discussed in the back.

The only negative I can offer for this study Bible is two-fold. First, I prefer the words of Christ to not be in red. That however is my own preference. Secondly, the notes are Calvinistic. Zodhiates defends Calvinistic Evangelical doctrines such as eternal security or his arguments against tongues in 1 Corinthians 14. While I didn't totally disagree with his notes in all places I do believe this study Bible would be stronger without them. However this is a good study Bible and a good resource to have on hand while digging into the original languages or simply while performing exegesis on a text.
55 of 58 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars AMG Publishers Have Gone Cheap on Us.... 6 April 2009
By B. Streutker - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Bonded Leather
This review is not about the quality of the NASB Translation or the usefulness of the Greek/Hebrew lexicons in the back of this Bible. That is beyond question. They are excellent. My problem with the new printings of this Bible is the serious lack of quality of these "new and improved" editions that are being forced upon the public by AMG.

The binding in the new printings is cheap and shoddy when compared to the earlier editions. My two earlier editions (1999 and 2000) have a sewn in binding of folded sections (signatures). You can see the white thread in these older printings joining the pages to the spine. These "New and Improved" editions are simply single pages glued onto a cardboard spine - no sewing found here at all. I do not think these new editions will stand up to prolonged or intensive use. I now see that AMG has gone the way of Thomas Nelson and Zondervan (and most others) of cheating their customers with a substandard product in order to save money (and maximize profits) while hoping we are all too blind or stupid to notice the change.
Changing the color of the box it is sold in while producing a cheaper quality Bible that will not last more than a year while touting it as "improved" is disingenuous at best and unethical at its worst.

Sorry for a negative review but someone had to call AMG on this.....
29 of 29 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Overall -- Easy to Use 5 April 2003
By "winston_1" - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Bonded Leather
This Bible is VERY convenient and helpful when you want to find the Hebrew and Greek definition of certain words (the ones that the editor chooses to expound on). It is easy to use as well. Its only drawback is that many words are not defined and the editor's choice of words to define do not seem consistent (i.e., not always based on importance to the text).
As for the NASB version, it is the 1st edition of the NASB. i bought this Bible knowing that to be the case. NASB 1st edition isn't bad and in some cases (e.g., 1Cor. 1:18), it is closer to the original Greek than the NASB 2nd edition.
Lastly, the editor does have his opinions and views on certain verses and words but, seriously, find me a commentator or scholar who does not. Zodhiates does try to be objective and offers helpful insights on many words that you would otherwise have to go home to look up. For a quick, easy to use, etymology-focused study Bible, this version cannot be beat.
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