A number of Hebrew bibles are available to the student and to the scholar that come in a variety of formats. If you don’t (yet) own a Hebrew Bible in Hebrew, have a look at the online bibles below. The website of the provides online access to an edition of the Masoretic text of the Hebrew Bible, the, or BHS, as preserved in the Leningrad Codex, and supplemented by masoretic and text-critical notes. The English website lets you read the, too. You may want to purchase the hard copy.
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Use this free interlinear Bible with Greek. The interlinear allows for each parallel reading and lexicon study. Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia. Greek & Hebrew Bibles. Academic Store. Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia. The UBS Greek New Testament, Reader's Edition with Textual Notes--hardcover.
The Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia, or BHS, is an edition of the Masoretic Text of the Hebrew Bible as preserved in the Leningrad Codex, and supplemented by masoretic and text-critical notes. It is published by the Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft (GermanBible Society in Stuttgart. Five free online resources for learning Torah: • The Complete Hebrew Bible (Tanach) in five editions in Hebrew (including one with cantillation marks), English (JPS 1917), parallel Hebrew and English (voweled Hebrew and JPS English), and parallel Hebrew and French (voweled Hebrew and Rabbinat French).
The beginning (the 5 books of the Torah plus Joshua and Judges) of a Hebrew Bible with vowels and popup commentaries on difficult words and phrases. The Torah in Aramaic (Targum Onqelos on the Five Books of Moses) with vowels or without vowels as well as a parallel Hebrew and Aramaic Torah by weekly readings (parashiyot). Visio 2007 Download Portugues Crackeado.
Tiqqun Qore’im with letter only text of the Torah and Megillat Esther with vowels and cantillation marks appearing when the mouse is over words and disappearing when the mouse moves off of them.
The Greek New Testament: SBL Edition (SBLGNT) is not a standard critical edition of the Greek New Testament; rather, it is a critically edited edition. Instead of its apparatus recording variants readings among manuscripts, it records differences in other published editions of the Greek New Testament. In so doing, the SBLGNT is a 'reading edition' that alerts readers to text-critical issues. With regard to its text, the Greek New Testament: SBL Edition (SBLGNT) stands as an alternative to, for example, the NA26-27 and UBS3-4-5 editions (identical since 1975).
Given that all these editions in different ways trace their roots back to the influential edition and methods of Westcott & Hort, it is no surprise that they present a similar text in many respects. In the more than 540 places where the SBLGNT differs from the others, however, the differences are generally due to the circumstance that the SBLGNT reflects a somewhat different approach to textual criticism, particularly with regard to the history of the transmission of the text, than that followed by the editorial committee responsible for the NA26-27 and UBS3-4-5 texts (to the extent that that approach is exhibited in the Textual Commentary edited by Bruce M. Metzger on behalf of the editorial committee and in the Alands’ volume on The Text of the New Testament), and therefore sometimes reaches a different assessment of the evidence. With respect to its apparatus, the SBLGNT stands in a complementary relationship to the apparatuses presented respectively by the NA26-27 and UBS3-4-5 editions. The future format of a critical apparatus is likely to be electronic and linked to online manuscript evidence. It seemed appropriate, therefore, to invest resources in this type of limited apparatus of manuscript evidence.