|Matthew's Bible, 1537 Edition--Hardcover
Pastor John Rogers assembled in 1537 a volume that contained, for the first time as part of a complete Bible, all of William Tyndales translation work, the 1534 New Testament, the Pentateuch, and the nine historical books, ending with 2 Chronicles. Where there were gaps in Tyndales work, Rogers used that of Miles Coverdale (1535).
Archbishop Thomas Cranmer saw to it that the Matthews Bible was shown to King Henry VIII, who then licensed the complete Bible in English. Thomas Cromwell, Henry’s Viceregent for church affairs, subsequently encouraged bishops to order copies of the Matthews Bible for their churches. Such official sanction sparked tremendous demand for the book.
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The Cepher Bible sets forth the Name of and makes references to our Creator as He identified Himself to us in His Holy Word, and restores the names of people and places found in the original (Hebrew) tongue which have been transliterated into English.
Other Hebrew/Greek bible use the wrong corrupted text for new testament so after researching I chose the Cephar
What were the source texts? The Cepher used many resources. The Masoretic text, the Septuagint, the Greek Textus Receptus, the Peshitta Aramaic, as well as the Hebraic translation of the Textus Receptus in the New Testament. Source text for the English was the Tyndale Bible and the KJV. In the original languages the Masoretic Hebrew Text, the Greek Septuagint, the Greek Textus Receptus. They also looked at the Hebrew New Testament which was translated from the Greek Textus Receptus and also looked at the Peshitta text also.
|KJV 1611 Bible 400th Anniversary Edition, Hardcover
By Hendrickson Publishers
Celebrating the 400th anniversary of the 1611 King James Version Bible
Over time, however, the text has suffered subtle and occasionally troublesome alterations. This attractive edition preserves the original 1611 edition. Word for word and page for page, the text with its original marginal notes, preface ("The Translators to the Reader"), and other introductory material appear as they first did. The sole concession to modernity is a far more readable roman typeface set by nineteenth-century master printers. Elegantly bound with old-world quality craftsmanship, this is the perfect edition of the incomparable King James Version for study and for sheer enjoyment.
|The Geneva Bible: 1560 Edition, hardcover The Bible of the Protestant Reformation
By Hendrickson Publishers
The Geneva Bible was a monumental achievement in the history of Protestant Bible translation. Born in a time of religious and political upheaval it helped foster scripture literacy among the common people of England.
The first English Bible to be fully translated from the original languages, the Geneva Bible was the product of some of the finest biblical scholars of its day. It was the first to feature many innovations in the field of Bible publishing:
English settlers that voyaged to the New World favored the Geneva Bible. It is probable that the Geneva Bible came to America in 1607 and was used in the Jamestown colony. Thirteen years later the Pilgrims brought it with them on the Mayflowers perilous voyage to religious freedom.
|The Interlinear Hebrew-Greek-English Bible, One-Volume Edition
Keyed to Strong's Exhaustive Concordance and the only complete interlinear Bible available in English, this one-volume Interlinear Bible offers pastors, students, and laypeople a time-saving tool for researching the subtle nuances and layers of meaning within the original biblical languages. Featuring the complete Hebrew and Greek texts with a direct English rendering below each word, it also it also includes The Literal Translation of the Bible in the outside column. Strong's numbers are printed directly above the Hebrew and Greek words which enables those with no prior knowledge of Greek or Hebrew to easily access a wealth of language reference works keyed to Strong's Greek/Hebrew dictionaries, analytical lexicons, concordances, word studies and more.
The Hebrew is based on the Masoretic Text and the Greek is from the Textus Receptus. The sources of the texts are documented in the preface, and are essentially the same (with some minor variations) to the Hebrew and Greek texts used by the KJV translators.
This one-volume Interlinear Bible contains 4-point text.
|Strong's Exhaustive Concordance, Updated Edition KJV
A favorite for decades, Strong's numbering system is cross-referenced to many other important study tools. Now it's even easier to use! Newly typeset for clearer readability, it includes reorganized main entries, updated and improved Hebrew and Greek dictionaries, and handy indexing.
Erratum: The table of contents lists a section on "Updated Edition Premium CD" on page xii. This section does not exist and a CD is not included.