Disciples' Literal New Testament: Serving Modern Disciples by More Fully Reflecting the Writing Style of the Ancient Disciples
- ISBN-13: 9781937368074
- Publisher: Reyma Publishing
- Release Date: Jul 04, 2011
- Pages: 476 pages
- Dimensions: 1.06 x 9.61 x 6.69 inches
If You Love God's Word You Will Love This New Testament! The Disciples' Literal New Testament sets you free from our artificial 460 year old chapter and verse structure, replacing it with paragraphing that reflects the flow of thought in the original Greek writings. Paragraph headings make that flow of thought explicit to you, speeding your understanding of the NT books. This translation retains the writing style of the apostles themselves, rather than transforming their Greek ways of writing into an elegant or contemporary English writing style, as has been beautifully done so many times. It is the same translation as the author's New Testament TransLine, first published by Zondervan in 2002. Now you can read the New Testament as the original writers intended it, and see it with a clarity formerly available only to those who could carefully study their Greek New Testament. You can even see the difference in writing style between Matthew, Mark and Luke! Used along with your standard Bible version, you will profit from both methods of translation.
*Easily grasp the relationship of the whole and the parts of each book with the big-picture overview outlines that use the words of the original author.
*Gain quick insight into the flow of thought from descriptive paragraph headings that summarize the main point of each paragraph in its context.
*You can visually follow the apostles' thinking because the 'Intelligent Paragraphing' visually displays their main and subordinate thoughts.
*The hindrance to your understanding caused by our artificial chapter and verse structure is eliminated by paragraphing based on the Greek writings.
*You will more fully appreciate the minds and thinking patterns and intent of the original writers because the translation corresponds more closely to their words and their grammar and their sentence structure.
*Deepen and expand your understanding of the New Testament by meditating on the notes containing alternative renderings, explanations of what is being said, and different views of the meaning.
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