Is a Messianic Translation
Available in Blue Softcover, Blue Hardcover, Blue Large print Hard cover, Leather Large Print,
They also offer a pocket edition.
Available in CD format, and for E-Sword.
Names of the Heavenly Father, and The Son are in Hebrew Font.
All other names are restored to the original Hebrew pronunciation.
This is a very good translation, however it maybe hard to grasp for the novice.
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"The Tree of Life Version"
The Tree of Life Version is a top notch literal translation with the exception of the Jewish un-scriptural tradition of the forbidding of pronouncing The Heavenly Father's Sacred Covenant Name
YHWH, and replacing it with Adonai.
It still uses the common titles God, and Lord which can bridge the gap between Christians, and Messianic / Hebrew Roots believers.
Elohim is used in some places.
This version uses the correct form of Messiah's name which is Yeshua which is a contraction of Yehoshua.
Both Christian, and Scholars worked together on this translation.
It reads easy, and has been compared to the NASB for it's accuracy.
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Tree of Life
"New American Standard Bible"
The NASB is a great literal translation from older manuscripts with modern English giving it easy readability. This version ranks the highest on the literal chart.
"English Standard Version"
The ESV is another great literal translation from older manuscripts with modern English giving it easy readability. This version ranks not far behind the NASB literal chart.
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The spellings in this dictionary correspond to the King James Version and alternative spellings found in the American Standard Version and in the Revised Standard Version are also given. This pictorial dictionary is part of the Zondervan Classic Reference Series.
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