These two great New Testament commentary sets, still used frequently by scholars today, make an ideal combination. They were both written around the same time, and in a similar style of critical scholarship—and, despite their age, they still rank among the most thorough and valuable critical-exegetical commentaries on the New Testament available today. Also, since the original ICC set did not include a volume on the book of Acts, the Beginnings of Christianity is a perfect fit to fill out the Commentary.
Take advantage of this opportunity to purchase BOTH sets together and save!
The Berean Bible is a three-tiered study Bible to connect you from a smooth and accurate translation through to the root of the Greek and Hebrew meanings, incorporating three main components:
1. An interlinear Bible to directly follow the Greek and Hebrew texts. 2. A literal translation to take the reader to the core of the Greek and Hebrew meanings. 3. A modern English translation, effective for public reading, memorization, and evangelism.
Each of these components have been integrated for use by Biblesoft. You will find four different versions of the Berean Bible under your "Bibles" menu:
The main Berean Study Bible (Old and New Testaments)
The Berean Literal Bible (New Testament only)
The Berean Literal Bible (with Strongs Numbers)—click or highlight the English word to see the underlying Hebrew/Greek and a definition
The Berean Greek Bible—the Greek of the New Testament
You can access the Berean Interlinear Bible by selecting "Other Interlinears" under the Greek/Hebrew menu ("By verse"). You will be able to compare the Berean Interlinear with any other New Testament Interlinear you have in your library. Double-click any parsing code and see a breakdown of the part of speech and other grammatical elements indicated by the code.