Not a true interlinear, a bit glitchy, should be upfront about which textual tradition is used. This is not based on the Textus Receptus, if that's what you're looking for. The word order does not follow the original in the Greek. It comes closer to giving the English word order and trying to match up some Greek, which is backward from a true interlinear in my experience. Also doesn't interact dependably with my Android.
4 people found this review helpful
This is an awesome app that is easy to use. Though I have other more robust Bible programs, this one is unique in that it looks at the meaning of the Greek words in context, showing the options of potential meanings. I also like the parsing feature. But, I cannot.open the app in.the last few weeks, perhaps due to an update of my android system. Hopefully, this bug can be fixed soon.
24 people found this review helpful
August 18, 2020
Dear RD The latest update is available and has fixed the issue. Kind regards ScriptureDirect Support
I grew up with the KJV. This is my go-to app verify whether or not the KJV (and thus my understanding) is translated accurately. There are sometimes significant differences! I like the listing of alternative translations of individual words. This app had helped me to become less literal and, I believe, more complete (if not accurate) in my understanding of scriptures and the message that was originally intended by the authors.
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