BIBLE STUDY RESOURCES AND OTHER AUTHORS
Recommended reading of authors who present
their own perspectives.
Jonathan's Recommended Bible Translations:
Concordant Literal New Testament With Keyword Concordance
The Source New Testament with Extensive Notes on Greek Word Meaning contains abundant and detailed documentation for the meaning of hundreds of Greek words which appear in the New Testament. The Source is the only N.T. translation based on word meaning evidence from the recently discovered papyri and inscriptions. For centuries, translators had to guess the meaning of hundreds of N.T. words. After 1976, huge numbers of papyri and inscriptions were discovered containing these N.T. words in everyday documentation thus revealing their meaning. The Source is the only New Testament translation by a Classical Greek scholar (rather than theologian) and not financed or translated by a committee of a specific denomination.
Young's Literal Translation of the Bible is a strictly literal translation of the original Hebrew and Greek texts. It was written in 1898 by Robert Young. It is a great resource for anyone serious about finding out what the original authors of the Bible actually wrote. It includes the preface to the 1st, Revised and 3rd Editions.
A literal translation of the original text with symbols that allow the non-reader of Greek and Hebrew to discover the force and intent of the original. (Double-column pages; foreword by John R. Kohlenberger III)
(Notes and appendices by E. W. Bullinger) A classic one-volume study Bible in the King James Version. Helps include 198 appendices, including explanations of Hebrew words and their uses; charts; parallel passages; maps; lists of proper names; calendars; and timelines. A popular study Bible now available in this enlarged type edition.
ALL 5 OF JONATHAN'S
(Updated 2015 Edition)
JONATHAN'S 4TH COMMENTARY
Peter's Encore & Later Paul
Comments on 2 Peter & Ephesians
JONATHAN'S 3RD COMMENTARY
Comments on Romans
JONATHAN'S 2ND COMMENTARY
John, Judah, Paul & ?
Comments on 6 Epistles
JONATHAN'S 1ST COMMENTARY
Peter, Paul & Jacob
Comments on 9 Epistles
Jonathan's first four volumes in a series of New Testament commentaries
Great companions to:
The New Testament
If you like the Amplified Bible, this translation unpacks more Word!
GOD'S MESSAGE OF
WHICH BRINGS GOD'S
GIFTS OF HIS SPIRIT,
HIS LIFE, HIS GRACE,
HIS POWER, HIS
FAIRNESS, HIS PEACE
AND HIS LOVE