[B-Greek] Greek Bible and Book Question

James Spinti JSpinti at Eisenbrauns.com
Mon Jun 19 09:22:20 EDT 2006


I can't help you with the second one, but the United Bible Societies
puts out a parallel text RSV (1971 edition)/NA 27. Here are the details:

"Greek-English New Testament"
Ninth, revised edition
Edited by Eberhard Nestle, Barbara Aland, and Kurt Aland
German Bible Society, 2001
46* + 812 pages, English and Greek, Cloth
ISBN: 3438054086
List Price: $59.99

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but so does Eisenbrauns-where real people who know the stuff try to make
a living doing what they love :)

James Spinti
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Eisenbrauns, Good books for over 30 years
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: b-greek-bounces at lists.ibiblio.org 
> [mailto:b-greek-bounces at lists.ibiblio.org] On Behalf Of Amos Bender
> Sent: Monday, June 19, 2006 9:09 AM
> To: b-greek at lists.ibiblio.org
> Subject: [B-Greek] Greek Bible and Book Question
> Amos Bender
> bendersa at earthlink.net
> EarthLink Revolves Around You.
> Dear ones at BGreek,
> I was wondering if there was a Greek New Testament available 
> which has the English text included in a side column.  Yet I 
> don't want this with an interlinear Bible, because I no 
> longer like the English text right under the Greek, as it 
> distracts me.  Yes for a time the interlinear feature was 
> good for me, but now I know enough Greek that it seems best 
> if I only see Greek as I read.  Yet I still would like to be 
> able to easily refer to English text in a side column.  
> Further I don't want the Greek Bible text, which replaces the 
> K or KAPPA with the CHI or X as is in some Bibles.  Your help 
> would be appreciated.  
> Note I also wish I could get a good and simple book that 
> would show all the basic Greek words, and then all the 
> different forms and spellings of that word.  A book that 
> would show what the heart or core of all Greek words is, and 
> which often just consists of a several letters.  
> God Bless
> Amos Bender
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