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This is an all-new analytical Greek lexicon, based on the critical Greek text (UBS3), with Goodrick / Kohlenberger numbers and new grammatical paradigms.
This addition to the field of New Testament Greek study aids is the most useful analytical lexicon available. The Analytical Lexicon of the Greek New Testament contains an alphabetical arrangement of every Greek form found in the major printed editions of the Greek New Testament: UBS, Nestle-Aland, and the Majority Text. Consequently, ANLEX is not a lexicon of a single edition of the New Testament; rather it is a lexicon of the New Testament's language in all its manuscript forms. A distinguishing feature of this and companion volumes is the use of grammatical tags. The analysis is "tagged" throughout with abbreviations that provide pertinent grammatical information. ANLEX's analysis is superior to traditional parsing because of the authors' expertise in modern linguistics. In addition, ANLEX provides new and original definitions in modern, descriptive English for each root word.
The Analytical Lexicon of New Testament Greek is an invaluable resource for
Shows second-year students that Greek is very regular in the way it forms words -- if you know the rules.
The Septuagint (commonly abbreviated as LXX) - the Greek translation of the Old Testament - was the most influential Bible translation for Greek-speaking Christians of the first century and was the basis for many of the Old Testament citations found in the New Testament. Its vocabulary and thought forms had a significant impact on the development of New Testament theology. However, since much of the vocabulary and many of the word forms in LXX Greek are not found in the NT, these words are not covered in standard NT lexicons such as BDAG. Thus, students desiring to read the LXX need a reliable reference guide that will help them decode the host of difficult Greek word forms and meanings found only in the LXX. Taylor's lexicon includes every Greek word found in the Rahlfs LXX text (the scholarly standard) in fully parsed form. This edition, expanded from the previous Zondervan edition, also includes complete definitions for each Greek word from the Greek-English Lexicon of the Septuagint by Lust, Eynikel, and Hauspie, the standard LXX reference lexicon. An indispensible tool for everybody engaged in the study of the Greek Old Testament.
The Septuagint is the Greek translation of the Hebrew Old Testament that was completed in ancient Alexandria about 250 B.C. This translation has long played a crucial role in Old Testament studies. In spite of the rapidly growing interest in Septuagint studies, few tools are available to help beginning students in reading the Greek text. Parses every Greek form found in The Septuagint.
This book is a companion to the Analytical-Literal Translation: Third Edition (ALT3). It will help the reader to understand the reasons for the unique translations often seen in the ALT. This Companion Volume is divided into four sections. The first section provides background information for the ALT, answers frequently asked questions about the ALT, and overviews the ALT's unique features. The second section consists of "Glossary and Translation Notes" which explain the reasons for how important words are translated in the ALT. The third section is an eight-part "Grammatical Renderings" section. This section explains the reasons for the unique translation of Greek tenses seen in the ALT. This section is detailed enough to be used as a primer on Greek grammar. The fourth section contains lists of "Significant Textual Variants" and "Alternate Byzantine Text Readings." These lists will be of great value to the person interested in studying the issue of textual variants.

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