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While using my smart phone, I have encountered a bible version that seems to have Engish, with either Greek, Latin or ?? on alternating lines. I think it was called Inverse parallel version, but have been unable to find it again to investigae further.

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While using my smart phone, I have encountered a bible version that seems to have Engish, with either Greek, Latin or ?? on alternating lines. I think it was called Inverse parallel version, but have been unable to find it again to investigae further.

You can get the entire OT in English and Hebrew (and commentary by Rashi in Hebrew) in parallel columns, and you can do searches in either Hebrew or English.   Go to http://www.davka.com/cgi-bin/product.cgi?product=583  for particulars.  The app costs only $9.99.

 

This is not the KJV, which you can get from other sources (I see many people at Church now who have all the Scriptures and the Hymnal on their electronic devices).

 

Anyone interested in evaluating the various translations of the Bible, ought to obtain the free eBook by Leonard J. Greenspoon and Harvey Minkoff, The Holy Bible: A Buyer’s Guide (BAS, 2013), free eBook, at http://www.biblicalarchaeology.org/free-ebooks/the-holy-bible-a-buyers-guide/   .  It covers 33 different versions.

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