The Interlinear KJV/NIV Parallel: New Testament in Greek and English
The Interlinear KJV-NIV Parallel New Testament does three things for you. It sets the popular, classic King James Version and the best-selling, contemporary New International Version side by side so you can easily compare them. It directly relates Greek words in the Nestle's Greek text to their corresponding translations in the KJV and NIV texts. And it allows easier reading of the Greek New Testament. These advantages offer you a better understanding of the Bible as a result. This proven study tool uses Alfred Marshall's interlinear English text--the standard, widely used literal translation of the Nestle's Greek text, 21st edition. A generation of students, pastors, and scholars has relied on Marshall's renowned contribution to biblical study. The Interlinear KJV-NIV Parallel format will bring new depth, perspective, and insight to your Bible studies.
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New Testament in Greek with inter-linear English on one page. Plus NIV and KJV on facing page. Read full review
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