The Concordant Version is based on the principle that “every word in the original should have its own English equivalent.” In addition to the English translation, they produced a Greek text that was printed alongside the English text in some editions. The Greek text was also printed separately.
Title: Concordant Greek Text Designed to be used with The Concordant Literal New Testament Its Keyword Concordance and the Greek Elements and Consisting of a Greek Text Restored from Uncial Manuscripts (Sinaiticus, Vaticanus, Alexandrinus) and Their Ancient Editors With the Variant Readings in the Superlinear and an Ultraliteral English Translation in the Sublinear
Date: 1975 (First edition 1926, Second edition 1930, Third edition 1955, Fourth edition 1975)
Publisher: Concordant Publishing Concern: Canyon Country, California
Contents: New Testament
Language: Greek with English interlinear translation
Images: Title page