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This is one of my favorite Bibles.
I have learned much from seeing the instances of the Aleph Tav in scripture. It also includes the restored name of YHWH as well as Elohim and the additional powerful titles such as Tsevaot.
As Jesus/Yeshua revealed himself as the Aleph and the Tav (Alpha/Omega in greek), we can now see this powerful prophetic significance as we read all the way through the First Testament Scriptures.
This is a large print and heavy paper book, rendering it as an extra large version of the Scriptures, so if you are travelling, this might weigh more than your clothes. However, it makes it good for making notes. Yes, the pen does not bleed through.
The main deal here is the OT or Tanakh. So, if you want to save a little, you can just purchase the OT version. Hey what a combo this would be if you used this for OT and the Aramaic English (AENT) for your NT.
There are some serious critics of this and other “sacred names” versions of the Scriptures, but most critics reveal their biases in the course of their commentary. I am pretty strongly convinced that, if we translate, we should at least keep His Holy Name intact instead of masking it.
It seems to me that taking away is “taking away” and it’s warned pretty heavily against. I look at the warnings and wonder why. Why?
Take this version and place it next to your daily reader and see what you can learn.