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Analytical-Literal Translation: Devotional Version (eBook) By Gary F. Zeolla
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The purpose of the ALTD is to provide a translation of the Greek New Testament that will enable the reader to come as close to the Greek text as possible without having to be proficient in Greek. The... More > name of the ALTD reflects this purpose. “Literal” refers to the ALTD being a word for word translation. Any words added for clarity are bracketed. “Analytical” refers to the detailed “analysis” done on the grammar of the text. The grammar is then translated in a way which brings out “nuances” of the original text that are often missed in traditional translations. In addition, “analytical” refers to the aids that are included in 4,300 footnotes which enable the reader to “analyze” and understand the text. The ALTD is based on the Byzantine Majority Text. With being both a literal and a readable version, the ALTD is the ideal Bible version for reading the Bible in both a “study” and a “devotional” manner. It is also ideal for public reading, quoting, or for the person new to the Bible.< Less
Scripture Workbook: For Personal and Group Bible Study and Teaching the Bible; Second Edition; Volume I: The Essentials Of "The Faith" By Gary F. Zeolla
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This book contains 20 "Scripture Studies." These studies enable individuals or groups to do in-depth, topical studies of the Bible. They are also invaluable to the Bible study teacher in... More > preparing lessons. This is Volume I of what will be two volumes. This volume covers the essential doctrines of the Christian faith. It is these doctrines that separate the true Christian faith from cultic and other deviations. Included are studies on such essential doctrines as the authority and reliability of the Scriptures, the attributes of God, the Trinity, and forgiveness and salvation. The format is to first present the Scriptural evidence for the author's conservative (or evangelical) viewpoint in one or more studies. Then in one or more following studies, "opposing viewpoints" are presented. Then rebuttals to these opposing viewpoints are given. Included in each study are hundreds of Scripture references. So there will be no lack of material from which to begin your studies.< Less
Analytical-Literal Translation of the Old Testament (Septuagint) - Volume One - The Torah By Gary F. Zeolla
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The Analytical-Literal Translation of the Old Testament (Septuagint): Volume I: The Torah (ALT) is a companion to the Analytical-Literal Translation of the New Testament. Both are translated by Gary... More > F. Zeolla (www.Zeolla.org). The ALT: Old Testament is available in five volumes. Most Old Testaments are based on the Hebrew text. But this Old Testament (OT) is based on the Greek Septuagint (LXX). The LXX is a third century B.C. Greek translation of the Hebrew Bible. The name and abbreviation comes from the tradition that 70 (or 72) Jewish scholars worked on its translation, six from each of the 12 tribes of Israel. The importance of the LXX is that it was THE Bible of the early Church. The purpose of the ALT is to provide a translation of the Greek Septuagint that will enable the reader to come as close to the Greek text as possible without having to be proficient in Greek.< Less
Analytical-Literal Translation of the Old Testament (Septuagint) - Volume Two - The Historical Books By Gary F. Zeolla
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The Analytical-Literal Translation of the Old Testament (Septuagint): Volume II: The Historical Books (ALT) is a companion to the Analytical-Literal Translation of the New Testament. Both are... More > translated by Gary F. Zeolla (www.Zeolla.org). The ALT: Old Testament is being published in five volumes. Most Old Testaments are based on the Hebrew text. But this Old Testament (OT) is based on the Greek Septuagint (LXX). The LXX is a third century B.C. Greek translation of the Hebrew Bible. The name and abbreviation comes from the tradition that 70 (or 72) Jewish scholars worked on its translation, six from each of the 12 tribes of Israel. The importance of the LXX is that it was THE Bible of the early Church. The purpose of the ALT is to provide a translation of the Greek Septuagint that will enable the reader to come as close to the Greek text as possible without having to be proficient in Greek.< Less
Analytical-Literal Translation of the Old Testament (Septuagint) - Volume Four - The Prophetic Books By Gary F. Zeolla
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The Analytical-Literal Translation of the Old Testament (Septuagint): Volume IV: The Prophetic Books (ALT) is a companion to the Analytical-Literal Translation of the New Testament. Both are... More > translated by Gary F. Zeolla (www.Zeolla.org). The ALT: Old Testament is available in five volumes. Most Old Testaments are based on the Hebrew text. But this Old Testament (OT) is based on the Greek Septuagint (LXX). The LXX is a third century B.C. Greek translation of the Hebrew Bible. The name and abbreviation comes from the tradition that 70 (or 72) Jewish scholars worked on its translation, six from each of the 12 tribes of Israel. The importance of the LXX is that it was THE Bible of the early Church. The purpose of the ALT is to provide a translation of the Greek Septuagint that will enable the reader to come as close to the Greek text as possible without having to be proficient in Greek.< Less
Analytical-Literal Translation of the Old Testament (Septuagint) - Volume Five - The Apocryphal/ Deuterocanonical Books By Gary F. Zeolla
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This fifth and final volume of the “Analytical-Literal Translation of the Old Testament (Septuagint)” contains the “extra” books found in Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox... More > Bibles as compared to Jewish and Protestant Bibles. There is much debate on whether these books are inspired by God or not. Only by reading them in a literal translation can you make a decision on this controversial issue. These books were written from 200 B. C. to 50 A.D. So whether inspired or not, they provide insight into Jewish history and thought shortly before and during the time of New Testament events and thus provide important background to the New Testament.< Less
Analytical-Literal Translation: Devotional Version (eBook) By Gary F. Zeolla
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The purpose of the ALTD is to provide a translation of the Greek New Testament that will enable the reader to come as close to the Greek text as possible without having to be proficient in Greek. The... More > name of the ALTD reflects this purpose. “Literal” refers to the ALTD being a word for word translation. Any words added for clarity are bracketed. “Analytical” refers to the detailed “analysis” done on the grammar of the text. The grammar is then translated in a way which brings out “nuances” of the original text that are often missed in traditional translations. In addition, “analytical” refers to the aids that are included in 4,300 footnotes which enable the reader to “analyze” and understand the text. The ALTD is based on the Byzantine Majority Greek Text. With being both a literal and a readable version, the ALTD is the ideal Bible version for reading the Bible in both a “study” and a “devotional” manner. It is also ideal for public reading, quoting, or for the person new to the Bible.< Less
Analytical-Literal Translation: Devotional Version By Gary F. Zeolla
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The purpose of the ALTD is to provide a translation of the Greek New Testament that will enable the reader to come as close to the Greek text as possible without having to be proficient in Greek. The... More > name of the ALTD reflects this purpose. “Literal” refers to the ALTD being a word for word translation. Any words added for clarity are bracketed. “Analytical” refers to the detailed “analysis” done on the grammar of the text. The grammar is then translated in a way which brings out “nuances” of the original text that are often missed in traditional translations. In addition, “analytical” refers to the aids that are included in 4,300 footnotes which enable the reader to “analyze” and understand the text. The ALTD is based on the Byzantine Majority Text. With being both a literal and a readable version, the ALTD is the ideal Bible version for reading the Bible in both a “study” and a “devotional” manner. It is also ideal for public reading, quoting, or for the person new to the Bible.< Less
Analytical-Literal Translation: Devotional Version (hardback) By Gary F. Zeolla
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The purpose of the ALTD is to provide a translation of the Greek New Testament that will enable the reader to come as close to the Greek text as possible without having to be proficient in Greek. The... More > name of the ALTD reflects this purpose. “Literal” refers to the ALTD being a word for word translation. Any words added for clarity are bracketed. “Analytical” refers to the detailed “analysis” done on the grammar of the text. The grammar is then translated in a way which brings out “nuances” of the original text that are often missed in traditional translations. In addition, “analytical” refers to the aids that are included in 4,300 footnotes which enable the reader to “analyze” and understand the text. The ALTD is based on the Byzantine Majority Text. With being both a literal and a readable version, the ALTD is the ideal Bible version for reading the Bible in both a “study” and a “devotional” manner. It is also ideal for public reading, quoting, or for the person new to the Bible.< Less
Analytical-Literal Translation: Devotional Version (paperback) By Gary F. Zeolla
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The purpose of the ALTD is to provide a translation of the Greek New Testament that will enable the reader to come as close to the Greek text as possible without having to be proficient in Greek. The... More > name of the ALTD reflects this purpose. “Literal” refers to the ALTD being a word for word translation. Any words added for clarity are bracketed. “Analytical” refers to the detailed “analysis” done on the grammar of the text. The grammar is then translated in a way which brings out “nuances” of the original text that are often missed in traditional translations. In addition, “analytical” refers to the aids that are included in 4,300 footnotes which enable the reader to “analyze” and understand the text. The ALTD is based on the Byzantine Majority Text. With being both a literal and a readable version, the ALTD is the ideal Bible version for reading the Bible in both a “study” and a “devotional” manner. It is also ideal for public reading, quoting, or for the person new to the Bible.< Less

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