A Reader's Hebrew and Greek Bible

A Reader's Hebrew and Greek Bible

A. Philip Brown II Richard J. Goodrich Albert L. Lukaszewski Bryan W. Smith / Dec 14, 2019

A Reader s Hebrew and Greek Bible This combined A Reader s Greek New Testament and A Reader s Hebrew Bible offers the following features Complete text of the Hebrew and Aramaic Bible using the Westminister Leningrad Codex Greek text

  • Title: A Reader's Hebrew and Greek Bible
  • Author: A. Philip Brown II Richard J. Goodrich Albert L. Lukaszewski Bryan W. Smith
  • ISBN: 9780310325895
  • Page: 250
  • Format: Leather Bound
  • This combined A Reader s Greek New Testament and A Reader s Hebrew Bible offers the following features Complete text of the Hebrew and Aramaic Bible, using the Westminister Leningrad Codex Greek text underlying Today s New International Version with footnotes comparing wherever this text is different from the UBS4 text Footnoted definitions of all Hebrew words occurriThis combined A Reader s Greek New Testament and A Reader s Hebrew Bible offers the following features Complete text of the Hebrew and Aramaic Bible, using the Westminister Leningrad Codex Greek text underlying Today s New International Version with footnotes comparing wherever this text is different from the UBS4 text Footnoted definitions of all Hebrew words occurring 100 times or less twenty five or less for Aramaic words with context specific glosses Footnoted definitions of all Greek words occurring thirty times or less Lexicons of all Hebrew words occurring than 100 times and Greek words occurring than thirty times Eight pages of full color maps separate the OT and NT sectionsIdeal for students, pastors, and instructors, A Reader s Hebrew and Greek Bible saves time and effort in studying the Hebrew Old Testament and Greek New Testament By eliminating the need to look up definitions, the footnotes allow you to quickly read the Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek text Featuring fine grain black European leather binding, A Reader s Hebrew and Greek Bible is a practical, attractive, and surprisingly affordable resource.

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    1. I met N.T. Wright briefly in January at a worship symposium and asked him how to improve my Greek. He said, "Read the text, read the text, read the text."He told me to really get the feel of the language. Don't think of Greek just as a code for English; get into the Greek itself. I asked him about reading with a diglot, but he encouraged me to check the English translation only after reading an entire Greek paragraph, and then, only as necessary.The same holds true with Hebrew. Read the text, re [...]


    2. I have obviously not read this in its entirety, but I have found it immensely helpful and want to encourage others to take advantage of it. I never tried to really read the Greek New Testament even while in seminary for my M. Div, but the Reader's Greek New Testament made it possible for me to do just that without being discouraged and disheartened by my limited vocabulary (words occurring less than 30 times are defined in a footnote when they appear). Even more daunting was the idea of reading [...]


    3. The text of the Hebrew Tanakh ("Old Testament") is based on the Leningrad Codex (L). Regrettably, it contains no text-critical notes. The Greek New Testament utilizes the Greek text "underlying" the TNIV. This text, highlighted in the book's introduction, has developed via two phases. Phase I: In the mid-1980's, Edward Goodrick and John Kohlenberger III compiled the Greek text underlying the New International Version (NIV). That text deviates from the UBS 3rd Edition (UBS3) wherever the NIV tran [...]


    4. "A Reader's Hebrew and Greek Bible" is a user-friendly, reader-friendly volume. It has compiled the older "A Reader's Hebrew Bible" and "A Reader's Greek New Testament" into a single, leather-bound collection. The format is the same, which means that there are almost no textual-critical notes, but instead at the bottom of each page there are lexical entries. For the Hebrew Scriptures the words used less than 100 times are defined, and in the Greek New Testament words used less than 30 times are [...]





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