The UBS Greek New Testament: Reader’s Edition with Textual Notes

by Barclay M. Newman / Florian Voss
German Bible Society


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Retail: $49.95
Size: 6.25 x 9.375 inches
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 736
Pub Date: 2010
ISBN: 9781598566338
ISBN-13: 9781598566338
Item Number: 566338
Categories: Language and Reference
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Product Description

The Reader’s Edition combines the Bible text of the latest edition of the UBS4 Greek New Testament, edited by Barbara Aland, et. al., with a running Greek-English Dictionary, compiled by Barclay M. Newman. It now also includes textual notes compiled by Florian Voss that provide an overview of the most important differences between major Greek manuscripts. Old Testament references are included in the margin.

• Greek Bible text of UBS4.
• Translation of all vocabulary items occurring 30 times or less in the New Testament
at the bottom of each page
• Definitions of idiomatic word combinations
• Parsing of all difficult verb forms
• Reader-friendly layout enabling the reader to transfer easily from text to dictionary and vice versa
• Appendix providing all vocabulary items occurring more than 30 times in the New Testament
• Maps from the UBS Greek New Testament

New in this revised edition:
• Textual notes providing an overview of the most important differences between major Greek manuscripts
• Old Testament references in the margin

Author Bios

Dr. Barclay M. Newman was Chair and Chief Translator of the Contemporary English Version (CEV) of the Bible, first published in 1995 by the American Bible Society, then in 2006 by G.P. Putnam’s Sons (Penguin Books) as Seek Find: The Bible for All People. He was a member of the Old Testament Committee for the Good News Bible (Today’s English Version) published in 1976 by the American Bible Society (ABS), and he chaired the revision that was published by the ABS in 1992 as the Good News Translation.

Dr. Florian Voss is senior editor at the German Bible Society with responsibility for the New Testament scholarly editions. He is especially involved in the preparation of revised editions of the Nestle-Aland Novum Testamentum Graece (NA28) and the UBS Greek New Testament (UBS5). After his studies of theology at the universities of Münster, Zürich, and Tübingen, he worked as a teaching assistant at the University of Saarbrücken. His doctoral thesis is about the relationship of faith and human reason according to the First Letter to the Corinthians.

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Introduction

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