The One New Man Bible, translated into the English language by William (Bill) Morford, embraces the Jewish roots of Christianity. This Bible refers to Jesus in the Jewish form of Y'shua and places the Hebrew Scriptures/Old Testament in the traditional Jewish book order.
The One New Man Bible is a study Bible comprised of 4,000 footnotes, a glossary containing 170 pages, and a weekly reading plan of the Torah, the first five books of the Bible. It is in single-column format with a generous 11-point font size, has a maroon imitation leather cover with gold embossed text, gold-gilded page edges, a maroon ribbon page marker, and strong Smyth-sewn binding.
Many Jewish sources were studied, including ancient and modern Jewish commentaries. The One New Man Bible helps the reader understand words and expressions used in Biblical times and how those translate into the today's language. The New Testament of the One New Man Bible was translated from the United Bible Society's Fourth Edition Greek text.
Binding: Imitation Leather
Red Letter: N
Publish Date: 4/1/2012
Text Size: 11
Dimensions: 1.6" X 6.7" X 9.7"