Berean Study Bible / Reverse Interlinear

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    Berean Study Bible / Reverse Interlinear (BSBRevINT)
    Author(s): Bible Hub
    Description: Berean Study Bible / Reverse Interlinear and morphology dictionary
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    Now the Bereans were more noble-minded than the Thessalonians, for they received the message with great eagerness and examined the Scriptures every day to see if these teachings were true. – Acts 17:11
    The Berean Study Bible (BSB) is a completely new translation of the Holy Bible, effective for public reading, study, memorization, and evangelism. Based on the best available manuscripts and sources, each word is connected back to the Greek or Hebrew text to produce a transparent text that can be studied for its root meanings.
    The BSB represents a single tier of the Berean Bible. This printing contains the full BSB text, footnotes, section headings, and cross references. Additional components, including translation tables, lexicons, outlines, and summaries, are free online and in a variety of apps and software.
    The Berean Bible Translation Committee has employed an open process where translation tables are freely available and all comments are welcomed and considered. These sources may also be downloaded and shared freely. Please see the Berean Bible website for a full description of the translation committee and process.
    We pray that this text will enable readers to connect with God’s Word to study it, memorize it, share it, and proclaim it. We are inspired by the model of the early Christian church:
    After this letter has been read among you, make sure that it is also read in the church of the Laodiceans, and that you in turn read the letter from Laodicea. – Colossians 4:16
    The Scriptures belonged to the churches and were meant to be examined, copied, and distributed. The committee hopes to follow this example by sharing all the resources with which we have been entrusted.
    Just as Paul encouraged the churches to pass on his letters, the Berean Bible is intended to be offered freely in websites, apps, software, and various text and audio formats.
    Publication and Sharing
    We desire to share a Bible text that is as free as possible from licensing and publishing constraints. While a copyright is necessary to ensure that there are not multiple forms of the same version, the project is constructed to enable royalty-free publishing of digital resources and generous licensing for use in print.
    The Berean Bible, with free licensing for use of the full text in software, apps, and websites, is available through any of the following Berean Bible websites:
    www.Berean.Bible .........Berean Bible Homepage .Berean Interlinear Bible (BIB) …....Berean Literal Bible (BLB) ......Berean Study Bible (BSB) .....Reader’s Bible ..Emphasized Bible ...Annotated Bible .......Audio Bible
    Tiered Translation Structure
    The Berean Study Bible is the modern English translation tier of the Berean Bible. The four tiers are as follows:
    1. An interlinear Bible to directly follow the Greek and Hebrew texts.
    2. A literal translation to take the reader to the core of the Greek and Hebrew meanings.
    3. A modern English translation, effective for public reading, memorization, and evangelism.
    4. An emphasized translation to bring out the full meaning and intensity of the original texts.
    All sources are linked through to the original source, making the multi-tiered translation process transparent. The translation databases and lexical information are freely available at the Berean Bible websites. Thus the translation process can be followed even by those without extensive training in Greek and Hebrew.
    The translation tiers also provide study support by enhancing the expression of meaning on multiple levels. Since languages often do not translate in a one-to-one fashion, the multiple tiers facilitate a fuller translation that is able to contain both “word for word” and “thought for thought” renderings.
    Greek, Hebrew, and Aramaic Sources and Abbreviations
    We are blessed to live in an era where God’s Word can be viewed through a vast collection of ancient sources. We believe that these original language sources serve to strengthen each other by their amazing consistency across thousands of years and thousands of miles.
    The Scriptures in their original form are God’s inerrant word to us and to all generations. Scholars have sought to reconstruct these Scriptures by collating the manuscripts and sources deemed to be closest to the originals.
    For simplicity, we have footnoted significant variants between major collections of source texts. Please see the Berean Bible website for full documentation of these sources. The following abbreviations are used in the footnotes to document differences among original language sources:
    NA Nestle Aland, Novum Testamentum Graece
    SBL Society of Biblical Literature, Greek New Testament
    ECM Editio Critica Maior, Novum Testamentum Graecum
    NE Eberhard Nestle Novum Testamentum Graece
    WH Westcott and Hort, New Testament in the Original Greek
    BYZ The New Testament in the Original Greek: Byzantine Textform
    GOC Greek Orthodox Church, New Testament
    TR Scrivener’s Textus Receptus Stephanus Textus Receptus
    DSS Dead Sea Scrolls
    MT Hebrew Masoretic Text: Westminster Leningrad Codex Hebrew Masoretic Text: Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia
    LXX Greek OT Septuagint: Rahlfs-Hanhart Septuaginta Greek OT Septuagint: Swete's Septuagint
    SP Samaritan Pentateuch

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