I bought a Cepher Bible and the Cepher Lexicon coupon code: jeffdionne
to save 10% on the Cepher
I recommend buying these together you can use as your reading and you come across
the Hebrew name you can look it up in the lexicon to learn its meaning and help you pronounce it!
The cepher bible is $95 the lexicon is $35
but the package deal is $120
and on checkout page
save 10% extra you can use
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place that in the coupon redemption box for 10% Off making it $108 total
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At The Cepher Website visit menu tab: Shop then menu drop down to package deal select Lexicon package deal $120
also at the website you can look at sample texts watch videos well put together website to answer all questions before you buy The Cepher
The Cephar 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 Cepher
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.