Reformed Theology Best interlinear?  Calvinism

Best interlinear?

Reformed Theology Best interlinear?  Calvinism
Best interlinear?

So in some scheduled front door talks with Jehova's Witnesses, I used some previously researched information using an online interlinear to make some arguments. Now, I am a math and logic person, NOT a language person, let alone a Greek scholar. I don't know what an indicative normative form even means (or if thats really even a thing). But I could follow along decently to make some pretty interesting arguments. If nothing else, it got me interested more in interlinear translation materials, as I have never really used them before.

I think the online tool really helps, because I can just click a word and see all the other uses of it, and Google is great. But for in home Bible studies at small group or other settings, I think a hard copy would be great. I don't want an app, because 1)my screen is horribly cracked 2) I get tired of people on their phones.

So you educated people of reformed, whose knowledge I respect but do not worship and who are sinners (that reformed enough for you?), what would your recommendation be for a hardcopy interlinear translation? I found one online for a good price, linked below, but after my time with the Jehovas Witnesses, I want to make sure I get a solid academic work, as close to inspired as the original texts as one can get.

https://www.christianbook.com/interlinear-hebrew-english-bible-volume-edition/9781565639775/pd/639774?dv=%7Bdevice%7D&en=google&event=SHOP&kw=academic-20-40%7C639774&p=1179710&gclid=CjwKCAiAx57RBRBkEiwA8yZdUNhw1FfbaWgXK8pbaYdg80Wb-DJgrLc5E7C6xHr1f0K9tGLLvcpHCxoCDZwQAvD_BwE#CBD-PD-Description

So in some scheduled front door talks with Jehova’s Witnesses, I used some previously researched information using an online interlinear to make some arguments. Now, I am a math and logic person, NOT a language person, let alone a Greek scholar. I don’t know what an indicative normative form even means (or if thats really even a thing). But I could follow along decently to make some pretty interesting arguments. If nothing else, it got me interested more in interlinear translation materials, as I have never really used them before.I think the online tool really helps, because I can just click a word and see all the other uses of it, and Google is great. But for in home Bible studies at small group or other settings, I think a hard copy would be great. I don’t want an app, because 1)my screen is horribly cracked 2) I get tired of people on their phones.So you educated people of reformed, whose knowledge I respect but do not worship and who are sinners (that reformed enough for you?), what would your recommendation be for a hardcopy interlinear translation? I found one online for a good price, linked below, but after my time with the Jehovas Witnesses, I want to make sure I get a solid academic work, as close to inspired as the original texts as one can get.https://www.christianbook.com/interlinear-hebrew-english-bible-volume-edition/9781565639775/pd/639774?dv=%7Bdevice%7D&en=google&event=SHOP&kw=academic-20-40%7C639774&p=1179710&gclid=CjwKCAiAx57RBRBkEiwA8yZdUNhw1FfbaWgXK8pbaYdg80Wb-DJgrLc5E7C6xHr1f0K9tGLLvcpHCxoCDZwQAvD_BwE#CBD-PD-Description
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