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Analytical Lexicon of New Testament Greek: Revised and Updated
Robinson, Maurice A. and Mark A. House, editors

Peabody, Mass.: Hendrickson, 2012 pp. xx + 449. $39.95

Description: Coded to the Revised Strong’s Numbering System The Analytical Lexicon of New Testament Greek, a revised and updated edition of Perschbacher’s The New Analytical Greek Lexicon, is an invaluable resource for the study of the Greek New Testament. Based on a corrected and expanded computer database, this new edition provides detailed grammatical analyses (parsing) and definitions of all the Greek words in the New Testament—information essential for correct translation and interpretation. A host of additional features make the Analytical Lexicon an essential addition to the library of any biblical student or scholar: • Analyzed words represent several major editions of the Greek New Testament • Updated dictionary entries provide helpful English definitions for the entire New Testament vocabulary • Each Greek word is keyed to the revised Strong’s numbering system, making it easy to use with a host of other language resources • A new glossary of Greek grammatical terms helps students make sense of the technical concepts used in language study • A revised set of Greek word tables, keyed to the analytical lexicon, gives a detailed overview of the entire system of New Testament word formation

Subjects: Bible, New Testament, Literature, Methods, Linguistics, Greek

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Review by Peter J. Judge
Published 12/17/2013
Citation: Peter J. Judge, review of Maurice A. Robinson and Mark A. House, eds., Analytical Lexicon of New Testament Greek: Revised and Updated, Review of Biblical Literature [] (2013).

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