ScriptureDirect Interlinear Greek Bible App is easy to use on Smart phones and Tablets. It features a new interlinear English translation linked to the Greek text and NOT a published book in the form of an app. This makes it a super intuitive help for anyone reading the New Testament.
Each Greek word is linked to the modern and scholarly New Testament Greek-English Lexicon based on Semantic Domains, published by the United Bible Societies and edited by Johannes Louw and Eugene Nida. The main editor of this dictionary, Prof Johannes Louw, was also the main translator of the ScriptureDirect Interlinear Translation. He was assisted by Dr Bennie Wolvaardt, Founding President of Veritas College International.
Tapping either the English or Greek word for a second time provides all the possible meanings for the specific Greek word with the contextually correct meaning as selected by the translators, highlighted. All the Greek meanings for the New Testament are listed in 93 domains or groups of meanings as indicated by the numbering, providing an accurate and precise meaning analysis.
Tapping the contextual or any other meaning opens a definition, translation words and examples where the same meaning of the word is used in the New Testament. Tapping the meaning again closes it. The meaning box is easily closed by touching the cross. The meanings and examples can be fully understood even without reading or pronouncing the Greek.
All 27 books of the New Testament are included in ScriptureDirect. Bible books are chosen by sliding the names at the top and tapping a book. Each book is divided into sections, making it easier to find and read passages.
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