This work is part of a new generation of original language study aids for the English reader who wants to gain a better understanding of and appreciation for the Greek text of the New Testament. It is based on the Greek text of the New Testament used by the King James translators and coded throughout to the Revised Strongs Numbering System allowing easy cross-reference to other biblical language reference works for further study. Two English translations are given in side columns the Kings James Version and the New Berkeley Version to aid in understanding and comparative word study, and the entire text is presented in a new, clear, easy-to-read page layout. Also includes Greek grammatical helps, and the Revised Strongs Greek-English Lexicon in an appendix for easy reference.
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David L Townsley has been in the forefront of using computers in the publication of biblical reference works and biblical-language tools for over 25 years. Mark A House (PhD, Fuller Theological Seminary) is Professor of Biblical Studies at New Geneva Theological Seminary in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and the Director of the Online Greek Program at Reformed Theological Seminary, Virtual. He is the editor of The Compact Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament (2008).
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