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Overview A Hand Concordance of the Greek New Testament. A. Schmoller. Small size edition. Concordance based on the text of Nestle-Aland, Novum Testamentum Graece, 26th edition, with Latin Vulgate translations indicated. Introduction in German and English. Revised by Beate Koster. GBS, Stuttgart, 1989.
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Studio: American Bible Society
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.68" Width: 5.26" Height: 0.69" Weight: 0.8 lbs.
Release Date Feb 3, 1997
Publisher AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY #407
ISBN 3438060078 ISBN13 9783438060075
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Extremely valuable resource - should be more widely known Sep 29, 2007
This is such a wonder, I am surprised more professors do not require it of their students. For such a compact resource (matches the size of the UBS text), it has exactly what you need, unless you're working on your dissertation - in which case you already have Moulton/Geden. It exhibits the typical high production standards of the German Bible Society. There are many works which I treasure, but realize are not for someone of different aesthetic tastes or theological persuasions. However, I simply cannot imagine a reader with any training in the field not being pleased with this purchase.
Great tool on the go Aug 6, 2005
I use a concordance daily, often my computer concordance and sometimes Moulton and Geden but nothing was convenient for travel. I used to print off pages of words I was working on from my computer so I could study when I traveled. This concordance is so thorough, though not exhaustive, that it does the job. When I say it is not exhaustive, it won't list occurences of kai, ou, ma, etc.. But it does give every occurrence of most words. Those which are not complete are marked with an asterix. Not only is it convenient but the organization is helpful. Passages which are similar or identical are grouped together which saves time. I spent two days with a relative in the hospital and while the family member slept I sat quietly and studied. When I teach it is always in my briefcase. Just the other day I was asked a question while teaching in Ephesians. I knew the definition of a word but needed an illustration. Quickly consulting Schmoller I was able to find two other references that gave beautiful illustrations of the word's emphasis. Had I not had Schmoller I would have had to defer the question until the next study so that I could look it up in my office. A good concordance is more valuable than a good theology text. I might also recommend the German Bible Society's Lisowsky's Hebrew concordance. It is also very compact (obviously larger than Schmoller) and convenient. I occassionally substitute teach at school and I always pack along my study material in the event I have some extra time to read. These two volumes are greatly appreciated. Any serious pastor or student of the Word should not only buy but regularly use these two texts.