Item description for The Book Study Concordance of the Greek New Testament by Andreas J. Kostenberger & Raymond Bouchoc...
Overview A breakthrough resource in New Testament scholarship! Taking a contextual approach to the distinctive vocabulary of each New Testament book, this one-of-a-kind concordance examines Greek words in relation to their settings and the theological perspectives of the authors. Word totals, lists of frequently used words, and semantic domains round out your study.
Publishers Description 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.
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Studio: B&H Academic
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.42" Width: 7.1" Height: 2.65" Weight: 4.55 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2003
Publisher B&H Publishing Group
ISBN 0805424571 ISBN13 9780805424577
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More About Andreas J. Kostenberger & Raymond Bouchoc
Andreas J. KOstenberger (PhD, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School) is the senior research professor of New Testament and biblical theology at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, North Carolina. He is a prolific author, distinguished evangelical scholar, and editor of the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society. He is the founder of Biblical Foundations, a ministry devoted to restoring the biblical foundations of the home and the church. KOstenberger and his wife have four children.
Bob Yarbrough (PhD, University of Aberdeen, Scotland) is professor of New Testament at Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri. He was previously professor of New Testament and department chair at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He is the author or coauthor of several books and is active in pastoral training in Africa.
Andreas J. Kostenberger currently resides in Wake Forest, in the state of North Carolina. Andreas J. Kostenberger was born in 1957.
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Reviews - What do customers think about The Book Study Concordance?
Excellent tool. Feb 9, 2007
This is more of a correction to the previous reviewer's score of only one star based on the on the fact that this book gives no verb parsing or other grammatical help.
Does he not realise that this is a Concordance? It is not an Analytical Lexicon, which it seems he mistakes it for. Therefore it is not meant to give grammatical information of the kind he would like.
The book itself is of very good quality in terms of its physical materials. Sewn binding, very clear quality print and well set out.
A book by by book study of terms used can be of a great help to any exegete who wishes to study the vocabulary of a given writer for example. The NT writers often used the same term in a different way in the same letter or Gospel. This concordance gives enough line context to enable one to see how that term is used in any given NT writing. Kostenberger and Bouchoc have provided the NT student with a very helpful tool. Whilst it does not render the use of a standard Concordance superflous, it certainly gives an added usefulness and angle to concordance work.
Not a Good Buy Sep 14, 2006
I found this book to be slightly above useless. It doesn't really help with anything I can see, unless you really want to get details on word count by book. If you are into that get software. I wanted a concordance that would give me verb parsings and noun forms on difficult words during the course of a Bible-book study. This tome doesn't help with either. It is really just a large print-out of a computer search. I think Kostengerger could have made it a great one-stop-shop if he simple adds the declension and parsing information with each word form. But as it is its a no-stop-shop.
Excellent resource for deeper study Aug 12, 2005
If you have interest in the Greek New Testament the Book Study Concordance is a must have in your library. Breaking down Greek words BY BOOK is an excellent way to analyze the text and the word frequency lists for each book allow you to see keywords more easily. While a number of software packages can do this type of reporting this book is invaluable for quick reference.