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See the ESV and Greek Side-by-side at Zhubert.com

Zack Hubert’s created a website that lets you compare the Greek text of the Bible with several English translations, including the ESV. You can hover over any Greek word to get its English definition as well as its tense, voice, mood, etc. Clicking the word gives you additional information.

Screenshot of John 1:1-3 showing the definition of ‘logos’

He’s also developed a Flash-based interface that eliminates the need for page refreshes and provides a snappier response:

Screenshot of John 1:1-3 showing the definition of ‘Theos’ in the new interface

Other parts of the site let you create a translation of your own. And, of course, what modern Bible site is complete without a web service (this one for the Greek text of the Bible)? He even took the time to document what he’s done.)

Zack uses Crossway’s web service for the ESV text. His site is one type of application we hoped people would create when given access to the ESV text. Keep those ideas coming.

November 4, 2005 | Posted in: Uncategorized | Author: Crossway Staff @ 10:37 am | (6) Comments »


  1. [...] One of the best new English translations of the Bible is the English Standard Version (ESV). Their website is hands-down the best internet-friendly bible resource, as it is quite blog-developer friendly. On their blog, they point to new, likewise wonderful resource for biblical study, zhubert.com. [...]

    Pingback by TruePravda » Around the ‘Sphere — November 13, 2005 @ 11:50 pm

  2. [...] HT ESV Bible Blog. [...]

    Pingback by Trivium » Greek New Testament — November 28, 2005 @ 4:30 pm

  3. For students of the Biblical Greek language, the ESV Bible Blog noted the following unique website tool created by Zack Hubert. You can read the review from ESV Bible here or visit zhubert.com for more details. A Flash-based interface

    Trackback by Zhubert.com Biblical Greek Tool — January 18, 2007 @ 4:21 pm

  4. ~ Volume XVI ~. It’s morning again in the blogosphere, as blogging has now resumed at Le Sabot Post-Moderne! Discoshaman has hit the ground running, with ruminatinos on the viability of multiculturalism, and rumblings of a new sub-blog

    Trackback by Around the ‘Sphere — January 18, 2007 @ 4:21 pm

  5. Stephen Smith of the ESV Blog points to a very cool website for those who want to see Greek and English side-by-side and to learn more about how Greek works.

    Trackback by Greek and English — January 18, 2007 @ 4:21 pm

  6. Zack Hubert, who’s site has already been named by me as the coolest website of the year, continues his path to greatness. He has built a Flash-based interface that works similar to his webpage, only faster. (HT: ESV Blog.

    Trackback by Greek Geeks--this is Cool! — January 18, 2007 @ 4:21 pm

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