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eBook Net Bible Compact Edition New English Translation-Black Premium Bonded Leather Bound with 7,722 Condensed Notes-Glossary of Terms-Concordance-Premium ... Sewn Binding-Satellite Maps of the Holy Lands download ISBN: 0737501421
Author: Biblical Studies Press
Publisher: Biblical Studies Press / Casscom Media; First edition (March 22, 2017)
Language: English
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Category: Christian Books
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The NET Bible is a completely new translation with tens of thousands of notes! . Sewn Binding-Satellite Maps of the Holy Lands. I find this translation of the Bible to be one of the clearest and most precise I have ever encountered

Sewn Binding-Satellite Maps of the Holy Lands. Biblical Studies Press. I find this translation of the Bible to be one of the clearest and most precise I have ever encountered. Since it does not contain denominational and doctrinal interpretations, it is an excellent resource for pastors, educators and laity. The notes provide linguistical basis for English word choice and are perfect as a quick reference to Hebrew, Aramaic and Koine Greek.

Sewn Binding-Satellite Maps of the Holy Lands. This translation along with all the notes is easy to read and understand.

Leather Bound: 2534 pages. ISBN-13: 978-0737501926. Product Dimensions: . x . x 1. inches. Shipping Weight: . pounds. I have many, many bibles but this particular one might well have set the standard. The leather is a substantial, heavy quality while still being soft and pliable enough that the bible lies down flat on a table, even in the book of Revelation.

The meaning of the term εὐλογητός (euloghtos) and the author’s intention at this point in the epistle must both come into play to determine . 1996 - 2007 by Biblical Studies Press, LLC. Learn More About New English Translation.

The meaning of the term εὐλογητός (euloghtos) and the author’s intention at this point in the epistle must both come into play to determine which is the preferred nuance. ὐλογητός as an adjective can mean either that one is praised or that one is blessed, that is, in a place of favor and benefit.

Smythe sewn book printing and binding gets its name from its inventor, an Irish-American named David McConnell Smythe (1833-1807).

The NET Bible is a modern English version, with 60,932. Smythe sewn book printing and binding gets its name from its inventor, an Irish-American named David McConnell Smythe (1833-1807).

NET Bible Compact Concordance ! Bible Answers to Life Questions !. .

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Many attempts have been made to translate the Bible into Late Modern (c. 1700–1900) and present-day (c. 1900–) English. The New Revised Standard Version is the version most commonly preferred by biblical scholars. In the United States, 55% of survey. In the United States, 55% of survey respondents who read the Bible reported using the King James Version in 2014, followed by 19% for the New International Version, with other versions used by fewer than 10%.

This Bible has often been referred to as a One-book Pentecostal Library. It contains the same 77 theme articles, a concordance, 45 maps and charts, introductions to each book of the Bible and Pentecostal study notes as the English version

This Bible has often been referred to as a One-book Pentecostal Library. It contains the same 77 theme articles, a concordance, 45 maps and charts, introductions to each book of the Bible and Pentecostal study notes as the English version. The easy to use Fire Bible is designed to help guide you into a Christ-centered and Spirit-led lifestyle. You will grow in the Lord and understand God's wonderful plan for His Church and your life, as you read the extensive study notes.

The NET Bible is a completely new translation with tens of thousands of notes! Completed by more than 25 Evangelical scholars working directly from the best available Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek texts this translation is the most accessible ever due to the unparalleled detailing in the notes and up-to-date language. This translation along with all the notes is easy to read and understand. Compact Edition Features: 8 point font, condensed translators' notes 7,722, black and white satellite maps of the Holy Lands, Glossary of terms and concordance, Memory verses and verses on prayer, Premium Smyth sewn binding, Premium Bonded Leather The New English Translation was NOT funded by any particular denomination or church. New English Translation was translated by leading Evangelical Bible Scholars. This has positively impacted the content: Translators and editors were free to follow the text and translate as faithfully and accurately as possible without any pressure to make the text read a certain way or conform to a particular doctrinal statement. The compact edition allows for a smaller format which is easier to carry, a simpler format for devotional reading. The cover is a soft brown leather with a cross symbol embossed on the front cover.
Comments: (7)
Uaha
I've been a fan of this translation of the Christian Bible since I first heard about it several years ago. This is by far the most objective and transparent translation I've found. I've come to value it both for its readability and (in the copious footnotes) as a guide to the meaning beneath the English text that the translators/scholars provide.

This "(with notes)" edition is very well implemented for the Kindle interface. If you're reading this translation, then I'm assuming that you're really into the footnotes. I was concerned that the Kindle interface might make these awkward to navigate, but I've been VERY impressed with how well they work on this device. I also own copies of this translation in both leather-bound and phone app versions, each with its own strengths. This Kindle edition sits very well between the two, combining the strengths of both.

I highly recommend this edition NET Bible, both for its content and for its ease of use.
Arashilkis
The NET bible An excellent translation of the bible with hundreds of translation notes that shed a great deal of light on the original texts. This is a completely new translation that doesn't follow in the King James tradition and uses the latest Greek and Hebrew texts and research. The one thing I like about this translation is the fact that they only had around 25 translators working on it, so it is not as diluted as some translations that have hundreds of translators. It is not a perfect translation of course, none are, but the notes allow you to see behind the scenes and decide for yourself if you prefer the translation in the text or a different wording. Personally use several different translations, Greek and Hebrew dictionaries as well as Greek and Hebrew texts, but I find the NET bible to be one of the tools I go to time and again when studying the bible.
Mariwyn
While I like this translation, this review is about navigation using the Kindle. Of 5 Bibles I have on Kindle, the NET Bible is far and away the easiest to navigate. I wish the navigation instructions were in the Introductory Matter, as I had to look around and finally do a lot of practice on the Kindle to figure out what I now know. One link, [...]
had some information, but it was about a different Bible. Here is what I learned:

The abbreviations of the Books of the Bible are shown in the Table of Contents, and they are needed for Direct Jumps. Here are the abbreviations:
Genesis(ge), exodus(ex), Leviticus(le), Numbers(nu), Joshua(jos), Judges(jdg), Ruth(ru), 1 Samuel(1sa), 2 Samuel(2sa), 1 Kings(1ki), 2 Kings(2ki), 1 Chronicles(1ch), 2 Chronicles(2ch), Ezra(ezr), Nehemiah(ne), Esther(es), Job(job), Psalms(ps), Proverbs(pr), Ecclesiastes(ec), Song of Solomon(so), Isaiah(is), Jeremiah(je), Lamentations(la), Ezekiel(eze), Daniel(da), Hosea(ho), Joel(joe), Amos(am), Obadiah(ob), Jonah(jon), Micah(mic), Nahum(na), Habakkuk(hab), Zephaniah(zep), Haggai(hag), Zechariah(zec), Malachi(mal), Matthew(mt), Mark(mk), Luke(lk), John(jn), Acts(ac), Romans(ro), 1 Corinthians(1co), 2 Corinthians(2co), Galatians(ga), Ephesians(eph), Phillipians(php), Colossians(col), 1 Thessalonians(1th), 2 Thessalonians(2th), 1 Timothy(1ti), 2 Timothy(2ti), Titus(tit), Philemon(phm), Hebrews(heb), James(jam), 1 Peter(1pe), 2 Peter(2pe), 1 John(1jn), 2 John(2jn), 3 John(3jn), Jude(jud), Revelation(rev)

Note: In the text below, "click" means to press the center of the 5-way. Double-click means press the center of the 5-way twice. Also, "bb" means the desired Book abbreviation, "cc" means the desired chapter number, and "vv" means desired verse number.

The Kindle does not have numbers on its keyboard. To enter a number without using the Sym key: press and hold the Alt key, then press Q for 1, W for 2, E for 3,..... O for 9, and P for zero. To move the cursor around the screen use the top, bottom, left, and right buttons on the 5-way.

1. Go to Old Testament Table of Contents: press Menu, click Go To..., click Table of Contents
2 Go to New Testament Table of Contents: press Menu, click Go To..., click Table of Contents, press > on 5-Way (saves paging forward through the O.T. Books).
3. Go to a book at chapter 1, verse 1, using Table of Contents: click on Book Name
4. Go to a book at verse 1 of a chapter using Table of Contents: click on chapter number under name of Book
5. Direct jump to a Book at Chapter 1, Verse 1: type bb.1, double-click.
6. Direct jump to a Book at verse 1 of desired chapter: type bb.cc, double-click.
7. Direct jump to a Book at any desired verse of any desired chapter: type bb.cc.vv, double-click.
8. Go to next Book in the Bible: press > on the 5-way.
9. Go to the previous Book in the Bible: press < on the 5-way.
10. Identify Chapter and verse in current Book: superscript numbers show cc.vv for each verse.
11. See which Book you are in: page back until you see the chapter heading, which gives Book name.
12. Go back after jumps: press Back key until you get there.
13. Take the Menu off the screen: press Menu.
14. Take the Sym window off the screen: press Sym.
15. Take the Text window off the screen: press Aa key
16. Go to a note link (subscript number in Bible text): click on the subscript number. Notes may be tn (translator note), tc (text-critical note), sn (study note). Return using Back key.
17. Read about this Bible: press Menu, click Go to..., click Introductory Matter.

Hope this helps others, and I will be glad to see additional hints on navigation from others.
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Extensive notes; over 60,000. Notes fall in three categories. TN-Translation notes. explain why the translator choose the specific reading, especially used where a Hebrew or Greek idiom is not rendered literally but translated as the nearest natural equivalent. Note gives the literal Hebrew or Greek reading. Also used when this translation differs significantly from others or if there are several different readings given by various translations. These can get a little technical, but are generally easily understood. SN-Study notes. Give background and explanations of idioms, etc. These are very good. My only complaint is that there are not more of them. TC-Text Critical notes. These are mainly used when various manuscripts have differing wording. Explain which manuscript(s) wa chosen for this translation and why. These notes can get quite technical making reference to Hebrew and Greek parts of speech. These notes are very useful to other translators and students of Hebrew and Greek. But they are often too technical to be of great use to the casual reader. This translation attempts to give the reader the best of both worlds. The main translation is in easily understood modern English style and idiom, while the translation notes provide the Hebrew or Greek style and idiom. Reading level is not as difficult as the KJV or the NASB, but it is not for people of limited reading ability.
Steelrunner
As a professional translator, I am much impressed with the work done on this translation. I am perhaps most impressed by the fact that these translators know--and say!--that it is a work in progress. A real translator knows that a translation is never finished; you may go back to it 10, 20 years later, and see something you've learned to understand better, and would like to change. If you're a King-James-only fan, so use this one as a great commentary. I love it!