Annotations for Today's Parallel Bible : New International Version, New American Standard Bible, Updated Edition, King James Version, New Living Translation
In parallel columns, four translations of the Bible popular among protestants allow readers and scholars to compare nuances, interpretations, and wording. The King James version is based on the Cambridge Parallel Bible of 1873. All versions are paragraphed, with verse presented in parallel lines, and include the original notes. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
-Comparison of four major translations made easy.- Each two-page spread contains complete Scripture portion in New International Version, New Living Translation, King James Version and New American Standard Bible.- Clear, easy-to-read print.
The Today's Parallel Bible lets you benefit from the rich nuances of meaning offered by different translations. It sets four of today's most popular translations side-by-side for you to compare and contrast. Today's Parallel Bible includes: * New International Version-Today's best-selling translation, offering a unique combination of scholarly accuracy and easy readability. The thought-for-thought approach to translation allows today's reader to better understand and apply the intended meaning of the original Bible writers. * King James Version-The classic, word-for-word translation, beloved by Christians through the centuries for its dignity, poetic language, and timeless truths. * New American Standard Bible, Updated Edition-The most literal word-for-word English Translation available, updated to provide greater clarity of meaning. Vocabulary, grammar and sentence structure have been carefully revised to improve readability. * New Living Translation-A popular modern translation with roots in the Living Bible, featuring easily accessible vocabulary and language structure.