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Interlinear Greek-English New Testament With a Greek-English Lexicon and… (original 1897; udgave 1978)

af George Ricker Berry

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Thomas Nelson's KJV Vest Pocket New Testament and Psalms is as easy to read as it is to carry! Traveling with God's Word has never been so effortless. The unique size makes this Bible portable enough to fit in a purse, suitcase, backpack, briefcase, or even a pocket. A great gift idea and perfect traveling companion for today's busy Christian, this compact New Testament with Psalms allows you to read and share God's Word no matter where you go. Features include: Presentation page Top-of-page subject headings Self-pronouncing text Words of Jesus in red Type size: 6 point The King James Version--The most successful Bible translation in history with billions of copies published… (mere)
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Titel:Interlinear Greek-English New Testament With a Greek-English Lexicon and New Testament Synonyms (King James Version) (English and Greek Edition)
Forfattere:George Ricker Berry
Info:Baker Book House (1978), Paperback, 807 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
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Nøgleord:Bible, Greek, Hebrew, Study Helps, Teaching

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Interlinear Greek-English New Testament: King James version: With Greek-English Lexicon and New Testament Synonyms af George Ricker Berry (1897)

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This edition is sort of the Edsel of New Testament cribs: No one thought much of it at the time, but somehow, with age, it is thought to have been better than it was.

Let's define what we have here:
* A Greek text of the New Testament, approximating the so-called Textus Receptus but in fact not quite the same as other editions of that name (although the differences are trivial)
* An interlinear gloss
* A parallel version of the King James New Testament
* A comparison of other editions of the New Testament, including those of Elzevier, Griesbach, Lachmann, Tischendorf (eighth edition), Tregelles, Alford, and Wordsworth
* The George Ricker Berry Lexicon, which is a separate book appended to the rest.

All of these parts have their problems. The Textus Receptus in its original form was compiled by the great scholar Erasmus -- but he did it in a frightful haste to meet a publisher's deadline, and admitted that it was "precipitated rather than edited." Only about half a dozen of the 3000 or so Greek New Testament manuscripts now known were consulted in preparing this edition, and they certainly weren't the best half dozen. Although scholars still disagree about what is the best New Testament text, all serious scholars agree that this isn't it.

The King James Bible is translated from the Textus Receptus, so it is a good fit for the Greek text. But if the Greek text is bad, the translation will be bad -- and it does not reflect the four hundred years of linguistic scholarship since then.

The comparison of editions was made by F. H. A. Scrivener, and is good as far as it goes. But the last editions it includes are those of Tischendorf and Tregelles. It does not include the ground-breaking edition of Westcott and Hort, which completely redefined New Testament textual criticism. Nor does it include the editions of Weiss, Von Soden, Merk, Bover, or the now-popular United Bible Societies edition. In other words, while it compares some editions of the Greek New Testament, it doesn't compare the important ones!

The interlinear is probably the best part of the first volume. It is easy to understand and mostly quite good, although it suffers from the fact that it was compiled before archaeology revealed the nature of the New Testament's koine dialect.

Which brings us to the lexicon. This is newer than the text -- it refers to Westcott and Hort. But it still is too old to include the material found in the Egyptian desert and elsewhere. These discoveries revolutionized our understanding of New Testament Greek. This koine was not the same as Classical Greek; the vocabulary was somewhat different and the grammar simplified. This has genuinely changed our understanding of some New Testament passages.

So what we have is a bad text, an incomplete apparatus, and an out-of-date lexicon. Why is it still in print? Well, the fact that it's out of copyright probably helps! More modern editions require payment of royalties. Still, there are better interlinears (Marshall or Brown/Comfort/Douglas) and better lexicons (Bauer's). This was, in its time, a noble and useful publication. But, these days, it's like that old Edsel: It needs a lot of work, and even if you get it fixed up, the gas mileage will stink. ( )
1 stem waltzmn | Mar 12, 2012 |
NO OF PAGES: 807 SUB CAT I: Bible Translation SUB CAT II: SUB CAT III: DESCRIPTION: This work is intended to help the English reader of the NT, who may desire to refer to the actual words used in the Greek text.NOTES: SUBTITLE: With Lexicon and Synonyms
  BeitHallel | Feb 18, 2011 |
Considering that my copy has a publisher date of 1946, the year before the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls, it is amazingly accurate.
  markaavery | Oct 30, 2009 |
Essential.
  kencf0618 | Jul 27, 2008 |
This interlinear is based on the Received Text and is, on the whole, very good. ( )
  jocelynandersen | Jul 27, 2007 |
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Thomas Nelson's KJV Vest Pocket New Testament and Psalms is as easy to read as it is to carry! Traveling with God's Word has never been so effortless. The unique size makes this Bible portable enough to fit in a purse, suitcase, backpack, briefcase, or even a pocket. A great gift idea and perfect traveling companion for today's busy Christian, this compact New Testament with Psalms allows you to read and share God's Word no matter where you go. Features include: Presentation page Top-of-page subject headings Self-pronouncing text Words of Jesus in red Type size: 6 point The King James Version--The most successful Bible translation in history with billions of copies published

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