Hebrew-Greek Key Word Study Bible-KJV

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Spiros Zodhiates, Warren Baker
AMG Publishers, Jun 1, 2008 - Bibles - 2284 pages

There are times when a Greek or Hebrew word has a distinct meaning that seriously affects the proper interpretation of Scripture. Unless you are familiar with these languages, you will not be able to determine what word in the original text was used or the differences between these words-until now.

The Hebrew-Greek Key WordŽ Study Bible identifies the key words of the original languages and presents clear, precise explanations of their meaning and usage. Those who love God's Word will treasure this Bible, for it contains a whole library of biblical helps within its covers.

                               NOW INCLUDED

* Wider Margins on Pages of the Bible Text

* Key Words in the Biblical Text Coded to AStrong's Numbers

* New Word Studies with AMG's Annotated Strong's Dictionaries

* Red Letter Edition of the Authorized Version, King James Bible



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About the author (2008)

Author, biblical scholar and businessman Spiros Zodhiates was born in Cyprus in the 1920s. He worked with the American Mission to the Greeks and has helped raise a great deal of money for food and money for Greek children. He has established more than twenty orphanages, and his organization is active in over fifty countries, including a Bible school in Indonesia and leper colonies in India. He has written or edited more than 50 books and reference works.

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