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apostolic bible polyglot
Whether you want to give a Bible to a student in seminary, someone who is graduating from seminary, a missionary about to go on his or her first mission, or perhaps as a gift to a retiring pastor, or even something for the book lover you know; the Apostolic Bible Polyglot is the Bible that will be sure to impress.
This Bible is a Greek Interlinear, or more accurately it is a gloss that will allow the reader to see immediately, the Greek source word above the English text. Since this Bible is based on the Septuagint for both the Old and New Testament, there is a cohesiveness and consistency which makes it an excellent Bible for word studies and lexical studies.
Below is a sample of a page:
As you can see the Bible not only has the Greek and English, but the numbers above the Greek are keyed to the AB-Strong's numbering system. This system has assigned a unique number to every word in the Bible so that the reader can identify the specific word and its root in the Lexicon.
The following fanciful scenario begins thousands of years ago when man was living in caves and was writing on walls. One day Oreg the cave artist came rushing into his cave and said to Elag his wife, “Oh, no, guess what some Egyptian did, he invented papyrus, a material to write upon, and it’s portable; now no one will come by and see my picture writing!” “Elag, do you know what this means...were finished!”
A thousand years later we see Amenotep the papyrus maker in Egypt complaining to his wife Cleo, “This papyrus makers union strike is going to ruin us. There are people in Europe who have developed a smoother writing material called ‘parchment’...it’s going to put us out of business!”
In TKC's continuing effort to bring relevant, useful material and resources that pique the interest of Christians, TKC offers another edifying podcast promoting the work of Christ in the lives of fellow Christians.
In December of 2006 TKC interviewed Charles VanderPool the Editor-in-Chief of a then fledgling Bible translation project called The Apostolic Bible Polyglot (ABP). The project and translation effort has grown tremendously over the years, all glory to God.
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