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by — A.E. Knoch

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The Concordant Version

The Concordant Version of the Sacred Scriptures is a literal translation, seeking to carry over the original text through a consistent – concordant – English vocabulary. The type is large and readable, with boldface representing the actual English translation of the original Hebrew and Greek, and lightface showing English words added for idiomatic clarity or to reflect grammatical significance. Each page has wide margins. An abbreviation key is provided, and there is a comprehensive Explanatory Introduction as well as six pages of Instructions for Use. The procedures used in making the translation are as follows: By analyzing the contextual usages of each word, a single English word was first selected as its most suitable equivalent. Then, to achieve readability, some words were given a limited number of idiomatic variants that are harmonious with the sense derived from the investigations. English words used as the common translation of particular words, and even idiomatic variants, were not used for other words. Boldface type was used for words (or even parts of words) having exact counterparts, and lightface type was used for words (or parts of words) which were added to clarify the meaning of the respective word in the text. In addition, small symbols and abbreviations were inserted between or attached to words to represent omitted terms, to indicate grammatical features and the sources of emendations to the text.

Concordant Version of the New Testament

The hardcover version (only) is bound together with the Keyword Concordance, in which the English words used in the text are arranged alphabetically. It is at the same time a Greek concordance, because the entries, though listed in English form (according to the primary English Keywords), represent the original Greek words. In addition, the respective word in the Greek original is always added (in Roman characters) beside the English standard. At the end of each entry is given a list of all the words used in the Authorized (King James) Version for that Greek term. In addition, these AV terms appear in regular alphabetical order in this Concordance, together with a reference to the Concordant Keyword.

Hard cover (with Keyword Concordance)
7.6 x 5.9 x 1.4, 992 pages.

(#2966) – Blue $29.95
(#2967) – White $29.95

Paperback (without Keyword Concordance)
7.5 x 5.5 x .75, #2969 — 624 pages. $19.95

Concordant Version of the Old Testament

Complete One Volume Large Print Edition printed on thin “Bible paper” and hardbound with black imitation leather. Cover size: 10.75 x 7.125 x 2.5 (thick) 5.15 lbs.

(#4098) – Black $39.95

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