>>> Noel wrote:
>I use the Interlinear Bible by Jay P. Green with the The Strongest
Strongs
>Concordance.  The Interlinear Bible by Green comes in two flavors;
there is
>a 4 volume set that doesn't have the Strong numbers in it and there is
a one
>volume set that does. I had both and ended up selling the 4 volume
set
>because I liked having the Strongs information in the book. Both sets
use
>what I believe is called the literal translation of the bible,
somewhat
>different than the KJV.

Thank you for the suggestion. I had debated ordering an Interlinear
Bible for some time, but I had also read that the font size, especially
of the Old Testament Hebrew, was quite small and difficult to read. I
went ahead and ordered the large-print version of the Biblia Hebraica
instead, as well as a grammar book. Well see how it goes. :)
 
Geoff

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