A Reader's Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testamentby Sakae Kubo, John R. Kohlenberger III, Edward W. Goodrick
Pub. Date: 12/01/1975
When you want to get straight to the heart of meaning in the Greek New Testament, A Reader's Greek-English Lexicon to the New Testament is indispensable. By eliminating time-consuming
Here is a verse-by-verse arrangement, with definitions, of all words appearing fewer than 50 times, as well as appendices which give summaries of major points in Greek grammar.
When you want to get straight to the heart of meaning in the Greek New Testament, A Reader's Greek-English Lexicon to the New Testament is indispensable. By eliminating time-consuming lexical work, this book helps the pastor or student read the Greek New Testament easily and swiftly.
Features: * All words that occur fewer than 50 times in the New Testament appear verse by verse * The translation is provided next to each word * A list at the beginning of each book shows words that occur more than five times in that book but less than 50 in the New Testament * In-text frequency numbers show how often a word is used both in a given book and in the entire New Testament * An appendix lists all words that occur more than 50 times * Definitions are based on the Bauer-Arndt-Gingrich Greek-English Lexicon (BAG)
By making rapid reading of the Greek text possible, A Reader's Greek-English Lexicon to the New Testament provides a powerful study tool for pastors, students, and all who have a high regard for the New Testament.
Author Biography: Sakae Kubo served as a pastor and taught biblical languages and New Testament. He was professor of Greek at Newbold College in England and was vice president of academic affairs at Atlantic Union College.
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