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pastors, read your Greek (and Hebrew) in print

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I love electronic resources for bible study, like Logos and Olive Tree. In fact, I have been using Logos since before it was Libronix for a few years, back when the program came with a ridiculous number of 3.5" disks to install all the resources. Long before smartphones were invented, I used Olive Tree on my Treo Handspring during . . .

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August 20, 2019

review: The Greek New Testament, Reader's Edition, Produced at Tyndale House

I recently wrote a quick review of the three main Greek Reader's New Testaments available today. As part of that review, I pointed out a couple reasons why the Tyndale House Greek New Testament (THGNT) Reader's Edition was my favorite of the three. I would like to expand on that review today and showcase both the hardcover and premium . . .

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Posted in: greekreview

July 30, 2019

the best Greek New Testament

and a survey of Reader's Greek New Testaments

Searching online for the "best Greek New Testament" is kind of a silly exercise. There are essentially four editions of the Greek NT readily available for students and pastors--the Nestle Aland/United Bible Societies ("NA/UBS") edition (two editions with the same text but different apparatuses), the Byzantine/Majority Text . . .

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July 03, 2019

in praise of Reader's Greek New Testaments

or why getting a Reader's Greek New Testament is a MUST

People are vain, and pastors are no exception.

I still remember in seminary the large group of guys who insisted upon only carrying blue Nestle-Aland Greek New Testament, even though they were way more expensive at the time than the identical red UBS version, simply because Nestle-Aland with its extensive textual notes was (and . . .

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Posted in: greektheology

July 02, 2019

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