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Introduction to the Interlinear Bible By Steven Ortlepp
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The interlinear is closely connected to translation work in general. Where translation occurs, there one will find an interlinear in one form or another. What is meant by “interlinear”?... More > An interlinear consists of two parts, the original language text, accompanied by its translated text, above or below the line. Where the “interlinear” text is found next to the original language text (in brackets), the translation could be classified as an interlinear, although strictly speaking, it should be called an “intertext” translation. This Introduction examines the history and development of the interlinear Bible.< Less
Introduction to the Interlinear Bible By Steven Ortlepp
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The interlinear is closely connected to translation work in general. Where translation occurs, there one will find an interlinear in one form or another. What is meant by “interlinear”?... More > An interlinear consists of two parts, the original language text, accompanied by its translated text, above or below the line. Where the “interlinear” text is found next to the original language text (in brackets), the translation could be classified as an interlinear, although strictly speaking, it should be called an “intertext” translation. This Introduction examines the history and development of the interlinear Bible.< Less
Differences Between Bible Versions: EPUB By Gary F. Zeolla
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This book answers such questions as: Why do Bible versions differ? Why does the same verse read differently in different versions? Why do some versions contain words, phrases, and even entire verses... More > that other versions omit? Which Bible versions are most reliable? This book contains extensive discussions on why the author believes either a literal or a formal equivalence (“word-for-word”) translation principle is the best method to use for translating the Bible. These principles of translating are contrasted with the dynamic equivalence (“phrase for phrase”) and paraphrase methods seen in many modern Bible versions. This book includes detailed discussions on why the author believes the Majority Text is the most accurate of the three Greek texts used in Bible translation. This book also contains an extended section critiquing the claims of “KJV-onlyists.” In addressing these various issues, this Third Edition of "Differences Between Bible Versions" compares forty different versions of the Bible.< Less
Glimpses of Vedic Metaphysics By Prem Sabhlok
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Out of about 17,000 hymns in the Vedas, slightly less than half relate to Metaphysics, which Bhagavad-Gita says is the supreme science. The remaining hymns pertain to mantras (in praise of God),... More > scientific rituals/ceremonies and aryankas (simple rules for the old people). However, Vedic metaphysics is meant for all ages. It relates to social and physical sciences, divine nature, cosmic laws of necessity, soul, spirit, formless and ineffable Supreme Soul and many other subjects. No single book can comprehensively cover Vedic metaphysics. This book only gives glimpses of Vedic metaphysics for the seekers of Vedic knowledge. The methodology utilized is dynamic equivalence and not formal equivalence. Every effort is made to give glimpses of Vedic metaphysics truthfully and without any distortion within my limited knowledge and capacity. Author.< Less
Differences Between Bible Versions (paperback) By Gary F. Zeolla
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This book answers such questions as: Why do Bible versions differ? Why does the same verse read differently in different versions? Why do some versions contain words, phrases, and even entire verses... More > that other versions omit? Which Bible versions are most reliable? This book contains extensive discussions on why the author believes either a literal or a formal equivalence (“word-for-word”) translation principle is the best method to use for translating the Bible. These principles of translating are contrasted with the dynamic equivalence (“phrase for phrase”) and paraphrase methods seen in many modern Bible versions. This book includes detailed discussions on why the author believes the Majority Text is the most accurate of the three Greek texts used in Bible translation. This book also contains an extended section critiquing the claims of “KJV-onlyists.” In addressing these various issues, Differences Between Bible Versions compares forty different versions of the Bible.< Less
Differences Between Bible Versions (pdf eBook) By Gary F. Zeolla
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This book answers such questions as: Why do Bible versions differ? Why does the same verse read differently in different versions? Why do some versions contain words, phrases, and even entire verses... More > that other versions omit? Which Bible versions are most reliable? This book contains extensive discussions on why the author believes either a literal or a formal equivalence (“word-for-word”) translation principle is the best method to use for translating the Bible. These principles of translating are contrasted with the dynamic equivalence (“phrase for phrase”) and paraphrase methods seen in many modern Bible versions. This book includes detailed discussions on why the author believes the Majority Text is the most accurate of the three Greek texts used in Bible translation. This book also contains an extended section critiquing the claims of “KJV-onlyists.” In addressing these various issues, Differences Between Bible Versions compares forty different versions of the Bible.< Less
Differences Between Bible Versions (hardcover) By Gary F. Zeolla
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This book answers such questions as: Why do Bible versions differ? Why does the same verse read differently in different versions? Why do some versions contain words, phrases, and even entire verses... More > that other versions omit? Which Bible versions are most reliable? This book contains extensive discussions on why the author believes either a literal or a formal equivalence (“word-for-word”) translation principle is the best method to use for translating the Bible. These principles of translating are contrasted with the dynamic equivalence (“phrase for phrase”) and paraphrase methods seen in many modern Bible versions. This book includes detailed discussions on why the author believes the Majority Text is the most accurate of the three Greek texts used in Bible translation. This book also contains an extended section critiquing the claims of “KJV-onlyists.” In addressing these various issues, Differences Between Bible Versions compares forty different versions of the Bible.< Less
Differences Between Bible Versions: Third Edition By Gary F. Zeolla
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This book answers such questions as: Why do Bible versions differ? Why does the same verse read differently in different versions? Why do some versions contain words, phrases, and even entire verses... More > that other versions omit? Which Bible versions are most reliable? This book contains extensive discussions on why the author believes either a literal or a formal equivalence (“word-for-word”) translation principle is the best method to use for translating the Bible. These principles of translating are contrasted with the dynamic equivalence (“phrase for phrase”) and paraphrase methods seen in many modern Bible versions. This book includes detailed discussions on why the author believes the Majority Text is the most accurate of the three Greek texts used in Bible translation. This book also contains an extended section critiquing the claims of “KJV-onlyists.” In addressing these various issues, Differences Between Bible Versions compares forty different versions of the Bible.< Less
Glimpses of Vedic Metaphysics By Prem Sabhlok
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Out of about 17,000 hymns in the Vedas, slightly less than half relate to Metaphysics, which Bhagavad-Gita says is the supreme science. The remaining hymns pertain to mantras (in praise of God),... More > scientific rituals/ceremonies and aryankas (simple rules for the old people). However, Vedic metaphysics is meant for all ages. It relates to social and physical sciences, divine nature, cosmic laws of necessity, soul, spirit, formless and ineffable Supreme Soul and many other subjects. No single book can comprehensively cover Vedic metaphysics. This book only gives glimpses of Vedic metaphysics for the seekers of Vedic knowledge. The methodology utilized is dynamic equivalence and not formal equivalence. Every effort is made to give glimpses of Vedic metaphysics truthfully and without any distortion within my limited knowledge and capacity. Author.< Less
THIS REPORT: The Hebrew/Phoenician History called the Bible By Howshua Amariel
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Howshua Amariel is the first person in history to complete a formal equivalence translation (word-for-word) of the Ancient Hebrew Torah/Bible scriptures into English.... More > http://community.guinnessworldrecords.com/service/displayKickPlace.kickAction?u=2105275&as=7691 Now for the first time you can read the real bible from the most ancient language of the Shimron Bible & the Dead Sea scrolls translated word by word into English. The Dead Sea Scrolls have fascinated people for centuries. It was only in the later part of the 20th century that some parts of the most ancient of the text were released, and no one up until today, has translated these fragments or shown the public the difference between the Babylonian Text (Masoretic Text), and the Shemrunim Text. Now avalible as an E-book.< Less