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|Title: Biblical Greek Language and Lexicography: Essays in Honor of Frederick W. Danker|
By: Bernard A. Taylor, John A. Lee, Peter R. Burton
Number of Pages: 292
Vendor: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co.
Publication Date: 2004
|Dimensions: 9.21 X 6.14 (inches)|
Weight: 2 pounds
Stock No: WW863355
Amid the important topics of discussion are how one discovers the meaning of words, current tools available to students of language, and the approach being used in the latest New Testament and Septuagint Greek dictionaries. Added features of this book include appendices listing current Greek-English dictionaries and grammars and current Greek dictionary and language projects as well as indexes of biblical references, Greek and Hebrew words, and grammatical terms.
University of Notre Dame
"This collection of essays in honor of Fred Danker, the nestor of New Testament Greek lexicographers, consists of some of the most important and informative discussions of New Testament lexicography currently available between two covers. The book is a well-deserved celebration of Danker's achievement in radically reworking and correcting some of the deficiencies and egregious errors of the Bauer-Aland lexicon and transforming that work into the linguistically progressive, user-friendly Bauer-Danker-Arndt-Gingrich New Testament Greek lexicon."
Bruce M. Metzger
Princeton Theological Seminary
"Everyone who has an interest in biblical Greek will learn much from this collection of essays dealing with a wide variety of lexicographic topics. The volume is an altogether fitting tribute to the career of Frederick Danker, to whose learning and industry all of us are deeply indebted."
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