Author(s): Hendrickson Publishers
Introducing an exciting volume featuring the Messianic Complete Jewish Bible and the newly-revised New International Version, side-by-side.For the first time, readers who seek to compare the Evangelical Christian and Messianic Jewish Bibles need not buy them separately. The CJB and the 2011 NIV version may both be read in this one-of-a-kind parallel Bible. Bible study and small group study participants will enjoy the particular characteristics of both translations.Special Features The books of the CJB will appear in the same canonical order as the NIV Features the new NIV 2011 Presentation page CJB Preface NIV Preface"
"The Complete Jewish Bible, New International Version: Side-by-Side Reference Edition" (2011) contains the 1998 "Complete Jewish Bible," (New Testament translated from the Greek by David H. Stern; Old Testament is a paraphrase of the 1917 Jewish Publication Society "Tanakh" by Stern). The New International Version is the recently published 2011 revised NIV text. Side-by-Side is the current way publishers have begun to describe what has been called Parallel in the past. The 2176-page, hefty volume is formatted with two columns on each page, the CJB on the left and the NIV on the right. Most proper nouns in the CJB are given Hebrew spellings. It contains a few footnotes, mostly giving variant renderings. "Bible Editions and Versions""