This week’s Wednesday giveaway features a new language resource from Zondervan Academic, the NIV Greek and English New Testament.
The NIV Greek and English New Testament is a parallel Bible, with the Greek New Testament on the left-hand page (using the text that underlies the NIV 2011) and the NIV 2011 on the right-hand page.
The Greek text includes footnotes that relate to other Greek New Testaments, and the NIV has the footnotes readers have come to expect and rely on. Section headings are identical in both editions for easy reference.
Also, this New Testament includes: single column format, words of Christ in black, a presentation page, a ribbon marker, and maps.
An excellent resource for anyone studying New Testament Greek, especially those who would be helped by reading with the aid of a familiar translation.
To enter the giveaway, comment below with your answer this question: Which New Testament book, if any, have you found the most challenging to read in Greek?
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