Interlinear Bible: Hebrew-Greek-English : With Strong's Concordance Numbers Above Each Word Hardcover – 1 Jun 1986
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It should be an aim of every Christian to find out and understand, for themselves, what the scriptures say - to test out what the various preachers and bible teachers say. If you want to be like the Bereans - get one of these Interlinear Greek/Hebrew Bibles and a Strongs Concordance - and enjoy the feast.
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Certainly this book was of very great help in my studies for a decade or two.
Green was probably the best translator of the late 20th century. He believed that the traditional Greek texts underlying the King James Version were much superior to those very ancient texts discovered in the 19th century. Those very ancient texts have led translators astray for two centuries and counting. Green believed, I think rightly, that the very ancient texts survived because they had be judged to be inferior copies and had been stored in the back closet rather than kept on shelves in rooms used for copying.
Today scholarship seems to have moved ahead of Green and King James' men. I prefer the Majority Text and even more the Byzantine Textform of Pierpont and Robinson. The more stable Eastern Roman Empire evidently provided a better home for accurate copying than the oft barbarian occupied West. Looking forward to a good translation of Pierpont-Robinson, or even the Majority Text
But Green is to be much preferred for accuracy over other translators of the last two centuries. And the interlinear English texts are generally to be preferred for accuracy as well as ready access to the original language.