NIV Greek English New Testament (2011)
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About "NIV Greek English New Testament (2011)"
The NIV Greek and English New Testament is a parallel Bible, with the Greek New Testament on the left-hand page (using the text that underlies the NIV 2011) and the NIV 2011 on the right-hand page. The Greek text includes footnotes that relate to other Greek New Testaments, and the NIV has the footnotes readers have come to expect and rely on. Section headings are identical in both editions for easy reference. Additional features of the NIV Greek and English New Testament include: Side-by-side format (Greek text on one page with NIV on the facing page) Greek text formatted to match the NIV text Single column format Words of Christ in black Presentation page Ribbon marker (leather edition only) Maps
Meet the Author
John R Iii Kohlenberger
John R. Kohlenberger III is a free-lance writer and lecturer and an adviser to the Christian book industry. Part-time instructor at Multnomah School of the Bible, he is author or coauthor of eleven reference works. He is a leading expert and editor on the application of computers to Bible-related reference projects and has produced the NIV Triglot, the NIV Interlinear Hebrew-English Old Testament, and co-authored both The NIV Complete Concordance and The NIV Exhaustive Concordance.
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With the NIV 2011 and SBL Greek New Testament side by side, this is an excellent resource for those wanting to grow in their understanding of Ancient Greek and to be able to read the NT in its original language. The pages of the book are almost ridiculously thin, so don't be surpised if a page ends up crinkled all over after only little use. Also not being a completely literal translation, comparing the NIV with the greek can be confusing at times. These things aside though, I have found this to be a great resource, and having the two texts side by side is probably the most effective way to grow in understanding of Biblical greek. The dictionary at the back is also a great hope and very well written. Overall has been very useful