A Book-by-Book Guide to New Testament Greek Vocabulary

by Christopher J. Fresch


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Retail: $19.95
Size: 6 x 9 inches
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 200
Pub Date: December 2019
ISBN: 9781683071587
ISBN-13: 9781683071587
Item Number: 071587
Categories: Biblical Studies and Interpretation; Language and Reference
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Product Description

A Book-by-Book Guide to Biblical Hebrew Vocabulary is intended to help students, pastors, and professors who wish to read a particular book of the Hebrew Bible in its original language to master the vocabulary that occurs most frequently in the book in question. In contrast to typical Hebrew and Greek vocabulary guides, which present vocabulary words based on their frequency in the Hebrew Bible or New Testament as a whole, this book presents vocabulary words based on their frequency in individual biblical books of the Hebrew Bible, thus allowing readers to understand and engage with the text of a particular book easily and quickly.

A Book-by-Book Guide to New Testament Greek Vocabulary is intended to help students, pastors, and professors who wish to read a particular book of the Bible in its original language to master the vocabulary that occurs most frequently in the book in question. In contrast to typical Hebrew and Greek vocabulary guides, which present vocabulary words based on their frequency in the Hebrew Bible or New Testament as a whole, this book presents vocabulary words based on their frequency in individual New Testament books, thus allowing readers to understand and engage with the text of a particular book easily and quickly.

The book also includes an appendix listing difficult principal parts for selected verbs that occur in the vocabulary lists and providing other advanced notes for additional words in the lists.

Author Bio

Christopher J. Fresch (PhD, University of Cambridge) is lecturer in Biblical Languages and Old Testament at the Bible College of South Australia. His primary areas of research are the Greek and Hebrew languages, linguistics, and the Septuagint. He has written several articles on Greek linguistics, Old Testament, and the Septuagint and is co-editor of the book The Greek Verb Revisited.