Favorite Interlinear Greek/English

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  1. Dr. Bob

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    My favorite would be the Interlinear KJV Parallel Greek-English New Testament by George Ricker Berry. 807 pages, originally published in 1897.

    ISBN: 0801007003
    Retail Price: $24.99
    CBD Price: $17.99

    Features I find great in this single volume:</font>
    • 1550 Stephens Greek text of the New Testament (used by AV1611 translators)</font>
    • Literal English translation underneath each line</font>
    • Complete text of the KJV appears in narrow columns on the outside margin of each page.</font>
    • 110-page Greek-English lexicon</font>
    • Chapter discussing 61 groups of Greek synonyms</font>
    Order:
    http://www.christianbook.com/Christian/Books/product/108417604?item_no=42137&event=ESRC&item_code=WW

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  2. Harald

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    Of the interlinears I have the one I like best is Ricker Berry's, which I also use the most. I have found it to be very useful. When I need to know the Strong's number of a Greek word I have to look in Green's interlinear, which is also very good. Ricker Berry would be even better if it had Strong's numbers. Third best I like the NKJV interlinear, which is also quite good.


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  3. TomVols

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    I like Zondervan's NIV Greek-English Interlinear by William Mounce. Makes you lazy because it has the English as primary, as opposed to other interlinears, and parses every word :D

    It is available at CBD and AMAZON.
     

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