This volume, along with the UBS4 with Dictionary, is an excellent resource for those who know Greek but whose vocabulary is not strong enough to read fluidly from the Greek New Testament. The English translation serves as a vocabulary aid. An added feature is that this volume retains the critical apparatus.
This volume is not just another Greek New Testament but is a fine work placing most tools of biblical criticism at the reader, student or scholars finger tips. It has the answers to 'where did they get that' questions for both the Rsv2 and the UBS4 tests. The book begins with a more than adequate explanation for the abbreviations in the critical apparatus and for the Greek text and the same for the Greek text. There are a number of indexes useful for both dating and placing old mss and fragments. For most of us who study for pastoral work this is almost too much information. This is a worthwhile addition to any ministerial or seminary student library. The only drawback if the critical notes are very small and much attention must be given to detail. This is a great book.