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Mickelsons Hilkiah New Testament-FL-Interlinear Jonathan K. Mickelson

Mickelsons Hilkiah New Testament-FL-Interlinear

Jonathan K. Mickelson

Published January 1st 2010
ISBN : 9781609220006
Hardcover
828 pages
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 About the Book 

Bringing the English speaking person to the Word of God. - The PlowShare Mission. This reference translation provides a stepping-stone between biblical Hebraic-Koine Greek and Modern English. Using Modern English words and grammar, the biblicalMoreBringing the English speaking person to the Word of God. - The PlowShare Mission. This reference translation provides a stepping-stone between biblical Hebraic-Koine Greek and Modern English. Using Modern English words and grammar, the biblical Greek text is fully translated into a readable, intermediate English form that preserves the distinct concepts and contextual meanings used in the biblical Greek text. One does not need to know biblical Greek to use this stepping-stone. However, in order to enjoy a fuller understanding of the richness and clarity of Gods Word, the student should embrace both biblical Greek and Hebrew. This interlinear Bible, and its companion dictionary, was created to help the student move beyond the limitations of English translation. The Hilkiah Edition was hand-translated to ensure the preservation of the concepts and contexts expressed in the Greek biblical text. Custom software was used to facilitate the effort. One primary undertaking required by this endeavor was to reconcile biblical English vocabulary with biblical Greek vocabulary. This assured the highest degree of English word consistency with the Greek text itself. The benefit is a more accurate presentation and correlation of biblical thoughts, concepts, and instructions. In keeping with the witness, instruction, and authority of the New Testament scripture, the Book of John is placed first in this printed text. It immediately identifies the True Author of life, creation and the scriptures. It begins with the signature of God as presented in the book of Genesis.