I came across the Tentmaker videos on Youtube, as I'm researching which bibles to buy. The vids were very interesting & chimed in with a lot of my inarticlated feelings from basic bible research.
I was wondering if ppl could give some advice on initial bibles for starting to study the translations, as I'm a bit overwhelmed by all the info.
(I don't want to spend a lot of time online, with web versions, as I'm not well & have to limit screen time.)
First up would be a bible to write in with notes, but I'm unsure which translation would make a good basis for expanding with translation study notes & that also has decent space for notetaking (I prefer to keep word study quite close to the original text, not in separate notebooks.)
I would also like some kind of Hebrew study guide. I'm not sure which to start with - something like a Strong's, or a Hebrew/Greek Study bible? I don't really know what an interlinear bible is?
If anyone could make some suggestions, I'd be really grateful, (bearing in mind I'm in England)