E-SWORD TUTORIAL 3/5: Study the Holy Bible by comparing different versions and translations
Have you ever wished you could read the Bible in the original languages? If you're not fluent in Hebrew and Greek the next best thing is to compare different versions of Scripture. Here's how to use e-Sword to instantly see how a verse goes in all your favourite translations.
In this tutorial you're not just going to learn how to compare popular Bibles like the King James, English Standard, New American Standard, New International, New Revised, and New Living Translation. You'll also learn where to find Hebrew and Greek Bibles including the Tanach (complete with original text, transliteration, interlinear translation, and Strong's numbers), the Septuagint (with English translation and Strong's numbers), and Hebrew translations of the New Testament by Delitzsch and Salkinson. And you'll meet our favourite Messianic Bibles which highlight the Jewishness of Jesus, the Hebrew roots of Christianity, and the original pronunciation and meanings of all those Hebrew names in the Old and New Testaments.
Watch the tutorial and download a zipped folder with these Bible texts and translations on the members-only page here.