The Book Study Concordance of the Greek New Testament
The Book Study Concordance of the Greek New Testament  -     By: Andreas J. Kostenberger, Raymond Bouchoc
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This concordance has utilized recent technology breakthroughs to open a new venue of research. This is a collection of twenty-seven concordnaces listing every word used in alphabetical order book by book. Also provided are word totals, most-frequently-used words, and words set in relation to the New Testament as a whole. This places the words in the context of the author and is also useful in studying the terminology and theology of the New Testament books.

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Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 1536
Vendor: B&H Books
Publication Date: 2003
Dimensions: 9.25 X 7.25 X 3.0 (inches)
ISBN: 0805424571
ISBN-13: 9780805424577

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Aided by breakthroughs in computer technology, The Book Study Concordance of the Greek New Testament has compiled data in a format that has never before been available to Bible students. The result is the creation of a new Bible study tool and a new venue of academic research. This new tool examines Greek words in their respective New Testament book settings with the theology of the book considered. Also provided are word totals, most-frequently-used words, semantic domains, and words set in relation to the New Testament as a whole. This is an absolutely invaluable new tool to the scholarly community.

Author Bio

Andreas Köstenberger is Professor of New Testament at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and also serves as editor of one of the most prestigious academic journals, The Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society. He reside swith his family in Wake Forest, North Carolina.

Raymond Bouchoc is a computer specialist who has earned the Ph.D. in biblical studies from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He currently resides in Charles Town, West Virginia.

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    An Essential Tool for Biblical Exegesis
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    It may be difficult to imagine the need for another concordance in your library, especially with the software capabilities today. But The Book Study Concordance of the Greek New Testament is far from just another concordance.

    First and foremost, The Book Study Concordance is based on the 27th edition of the Nestle-Aland Novum Testamentum Graece, rather than a translation of the New Testament. This gives the reader an open glimpse into the underlying text behind most modern translations and provides a unique opportunity for examining how each New Testament book uses various Greek terms. Which leads to the second standout feature of The Book Study Concordance: canonical organization rather than alphabetical. The Book Study Concordance seeks to provide individual analysis of each New Testament book, and thus follows the canonical order (i.e. Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Acts, etc.). Moreover, within this canonical examination and analysis, The Book Study Concordance is uniquely formatted to aid the exegetical task of the reader. Each entry provides the reader with key statistical data about the book (total word count, number of words occurring at least 10 times, number of words occurring once, and words whose occurrences in the New Testament book account for at least 25% of occurrences in the entire New Testament), followed by a traditional-style book specific concordance of the Greek text, and two frequency lists (alphabetical and occurrence order).

    Personally, I have found this book helpful not only for the various tasks associated with exegesis and interpretation of the New Testament, but also with translation and obtaining a brief grammatical glance of any given author on a macro scale. Currently I am working through a personal translation project for Paul's letter to the Philippians and The Book Study Concordance has on numerous occasions been my go-to resource for gathering a birds eye view of how Paul uses specific terms throughout the letter. This has been beneficial in a number of ways and has allowed me to be more consistent in my understanding of Paul's letter and allowed me to work through the each specific passage with a better understanding of Paul through broader lenses.

    The Book Study Concordance of the Greek New Testament is much more than another concordance. The benefit of this mammoth book is indispensable for the student of the New Testament and invaluable to the task of New Testament exegesis. My only regret is not having this resource in my library sooner.
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