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Greek-English Interlinear Recommendations

Dear Mr. Bluedorn,

What publisher has a good interlinear Greek/English Bible or which do you recommend? Thanks for your time.

David, NM
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Dear David,

Some Greek-English Interlinears available:

Interlinear Greek-English New Testament, by George Ricker Berry
(This is based on the text of Stephanus 1550 (the continental Textus Receptus) and has the KJV in the margin. Some editions have Strong’s Concordance numbers above each word.)

Interlinear Greek-English New Testament with KJV, by Jay Green
(This is based on the Greek Text underlying the King James Version — not exactly the same thing as Stephanus 1550. It has Strong’s Concordance numbers above each word, and has the both the King James and a Literal translation in the margins. It is now available in paperback and hardback.)

The NKJV Greek-English Interlinear New Testament, by Arthur L. Farstad, Zane C. Hodges
(This uses the Majority Greek Text of Hodges and Farstad with the NKJV in the Margin. It also has minority text and majority text readings in the margin.)

Word Study Greek-English New Testament, by Paul McReynolds
(This has Strong’s Concordance numbers above each word and uses the NRSV in the margin, and it includes an almost exhaustive Greek-English concordance of the New Testament. 1,785 pages — a big book.)

The New Greek-English Interlinear New Testament, by Robert K. Brown, Philip W. Comfort
(This uses the NRSV in the margin and is a handy size.)

Interlinear NASB-NIV Parallel New Testament in Greek and English, by Alfred Marshall
(This uses the NASB and the NIV in the margin.)

Interlinear KJV-NIV Parallel New Testament in Greek and English, by Alfred Marshall
(About the same as above, only using the KJV and the NIV in the margin.)

Available free on the internet:

The Emphatic Diaglott, by Benjamin Wilson
(This may have been used later as the basis of the “Watchtower” interlinear.)

The Apostolic Bible Polyglot, by Charles VanderPool and Terri Neimann
(Apparently a Greek-Orthodox work, contains the Old Testament and the New Testament in Greek.)

Harvey Bluedorn

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