AMG Publishers offers a NASB Key Word Study Bible with an annotated Strong’s Hebrew-Greek dictionary built in.
Based on the 1901 American Standard Verision, The New American Standard Bible (NASB) began translation in 1960 and was completed by 1971 with the most recent edition released in 1995. For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have eternal life. Pure and undefiled religion in the sight of our God and Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their distress, and to keep oneself unstained by the world.
The paper is thin and waxy with modest gold-gilded edges that seem a bit less bold than other gold gilded Bibles. Aside from having an annotated Strong’s Hebrew-Greek dictionary built in, the Key Word Study Bible also features extensive commentaries, a concordance, color maps, and wide margins for notes. AMG’s Hebrew Greek Key Word Study Bible is a study Bible that is used for what it was intended – Bible study. What really makes this Bible different and sets it apart are the grammatical codes and notations. The notes at the bottom of the page discuss theological, exegetical, historical, and geographical points from the text. The Grammatical Codes section contains a page with all of the codes and 3 pages of examples. The Grammatical Notations section is 20 pages and explains how to use the Grammatical Codes.
The Hebrew Greek Key Word Study Bible in ESV is a great tool for learning and using the Hebrew and Greek language in Bible study and teaching. Hey, I appreciate that Randy, I had my eye on the ESV imitation leather and saw a couple of copies at the Family Christian Store, but they were both sealed and I didn’t even think to look and see if there were signatures.
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Rather than giving commentary on specific verses, this Bible gives you the tools you need to do your own study of the original languages. Thicker paper (such as the paper in Crossway’s ESV Study Bible) would have been nice, but this paper isn’t bad for its low price range. They cover the history and customs of the people the book was written to or about, and gives information of the significance of the book.
This shows which verses have a footnote and what other verses they can go to for more information.
I’ve always said that a good study Bible is a Bible that gives you the tools to do your own study. I’m mostly interested in this bible for the Hebrew and Greek studies, but I wonder are all of the bindings on this particular edition glued, which is disappointing? I think you did a great job reviewing this Key Word Bible, but I must ask, you said that you still have to number some of the words yourself with a Strong’s book. Find out more about your rights as a buyer - opens in a new window or tab and exceptions - opens in a new window or tab. By clicking Confirm bid you commit to buy this item from the seller if you are the winning bidder. Import charges previously quoted are subject to change if you increase you maximum bid amount.
However, one downside of these unconventional layout proportions is the design aesthetics aren’t tight and polished, which can make the Bible seem cheap. I’m sure the inner margin is wider with the leather editions (the hard cover edition keeps the glued pages flat to the spine). The information explaining how to use the codes is found in the next section – Grammatical Notations.
Well, in this Bible there is a 741-page Strong’s dictionary of Hebrew and Greek words that are keyed with Strong’s numbers. I had hoped that most of the major bible publishers were getting away from glued bindings, so I find it strange that AMG made this decision and I wonder is this true of the older editions as well?
What I like best is that this is a true study bible… Designed for real bible students to tear apart the meaning of words. I am very excited about doing word studies and digging deeper into the Word of God without any commentary or theological stance based notes. Can’t I then just buy Strong’s book and use it with my ESV instead of buying this? If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. And it comes with one black ribbon marker and a printed bookmark referencing the Key Word Bible’s grammatical codes. I would recommend placing the Grammatical Codes after the Grammatical Notations, so the explanation on how to use them comes before the codes themselves. The entries are annotated by Spiros Zodhiates, from his Complete Word Study Dictionary Old Testament and New Testament, so many of the entries are greatly expanded.

An index to maps would make them more useful and is something I would like to see as a standard – especially in study Bibles.
And I think it was a good idea to increase the size of the margins for note taking, but AMG SHOULD have used a heavier more writeable paper to prevent any ink bleed through.
Anyway, the text in the KJV appeared to be slightly larger and the paper slightly more opaque.
I recommend the hard cover edition for reference and home use and the genuine leather edition for carry (it will take more abuse).
To indicate that there is a note for a specific passage, there is a drawing of a key both in the margin and in the notes. The information is in this Bible, it’s just a little confusing at first because it looks like two separate sections when it really should be one section. This Bible can take you further in your Bible study than what you will find in a regular study Bible. Some Bibles have different paper and binding methods between their paperback, hard cover, and leather editions. So, I’m ordering the KJV in genuine leather because I found it to be more readable as a result of the paper and print. References are placed in a center column and translation notes are placed under the last verse in that column. Learning and properly using the original languages will take you deeper in your study of God’s Word, and this Bible excels at that.
They give enough information to be helpful and get you started, but it doesn’t give you everything you need to know.
I highly recommend the ESV edition of The Hebrew Greek Key Word Study Bible for Bible students, teachers, preachers, and anyone that wants to dig deeper into the original Biblical languages.
And I would still like to hear about your impressions on whichever editions your able to compare, thanks. There are lots of them on every page, but there will always be one that I want to be coded that’s not coded. This section is very clear about that and gives references to other works to help learn Koine (New Testament) Greek.
I love word studies in the original languages and there’s enough room in the margins for references.
Commentary notes appear at the bottom of the page and are keyed to the text with a verse number and a drawing of a key.

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