j.hellberg at ffg.se
Tue Oct 2 02:41:57 EDT 2007
If you need an interlinear you probably need some kind of dictionary too.
Make sure you get books coded with Strong's concordance numbers, that will
make it easier for you.
Hendricksen Publisher has an interlinear edited by Jay P Green.
But if you really want to read the Bible in Hebrew you should start with
taking classes and read and reread...
The Lutheran School of Theology in Gothenburg
Den 07-10-02 05.18, skrev "Franck Tingue" <Dablessedhope at aol.com>:
> I'm thinking of getting an interlinear Bible. The Bible with verses
> in English, Hebrew and Greek.
> Do you guys know of any good ones. Or any other Bible that might be
> better then the
> interlinear. Thank you.
> -Franck Tingue-
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