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on 18 November 2013
This book is ok.
You will find it well bound by any standard. And the boards are solid, good for any use.
My personal dislike is the way the translation has been 'plonked' next to the main interlinear
text. As such it is very small, and does not optimize the space available there.
The interlinear aspect functions well - but again the rather slim upper case text of the literal
translation is poorly formatted (that is to say, it is awkward to read). Spacings allowed.
Coupled to the plonked in translation which I like to refer to, in order to gauge how poetic
or valid the standard text has become, I am slightly disappointed...
A useful study aid, in addition to the interlinear NKJV.
As a relatively intermittant Greek reader, I am unsure as to whether I can describe the reading
of the Greek text as a religious experience or not. But I am a KJV fan, if discrimination is
allowable purely based on the fact that we all have language preferences.