Item description for Greek English Concordance To The New Testament (Zondervan Greek Reference) by III John R. Kohlenberger, James A. Swanson & Edward W. Goodrick...
Overview The Greek-English Concordance presents in alphabetical order every word in the Greek New Testament along with, in English, the passages in which the word occurs. Unlike the older Englishman's Greek Concordance to the New Testament, it is exhaustive and contains many new features.
The Greek-English Concordance to the New Testament is an exhaustive index to three Greek texts: UBS4, Nestle-Aland 26, and the Greek text underlying the New International Version of the Bible. It replaces the venerable Englishman s Greek Concordance by George Wigram, published over 150 years ago. FEATURES: * Lists all occurrences of a given Greek word (even where there is not a direct English equivalent) in Greek alphabetical order * Shows the interrelationship between the English and Greek texts, including redundant cognates and repeated Greek words, as well as multiple-word translations * Uses the Goodrick-Kohlenberger numbering system (with cross-reference to Strong s numbers), allowing for accurate identification of Greek words and use with The Zondervan NIV Exhaustive Concordance * Keyed to the Bauer-Arndt-Gingrich-Danker Greek Lexicon (BAGD) and The New International Dictionary of New Testament Theology (NIDNTT) * Exhaustive NIV-to-Greek index * Includes a phrase concordance for phrases such as Son of Man, kingdom of God, etc."
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1.75" Width: 7.75" Height: 9.75" Weight: 3.65 lbs.
Release Date Apr 1, 1997
Publisher Zondervan Publishing
Series Zondervan Greek Reference
ISBN 0310402204 ISBN13 9780310402206 UPC 025986402204
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More About III John R. Kohlenberger, James A. Swanson & Edward W. Goodrick
JOHN R. KOHLENBERGER III (Th.B., Multnomah Bible College; M.A., Western Seminary) is the author or co-editor of more than five dozen biblical reference books and study Bibles, including the awarding-winning "NIV Exhaustive Concordance" and "The NIV Bible Commentary." John currently divides his time between writing and Bible design and typesetting.
Reviews - What do customers think about Greek English Concordance To The New Testament?
Looks useful, but don't confuse it with its companion volume Mar 3, 2007
This is not a review as such but a summary and a warning.
This concordance lists the greek words in (greek) alphabetical order but the scripture contexts etc. are all in English, not in Greek. If your Greek is poor, this book will be helpful to you. If you already have at least 1st year Greek (i.e. if you've gone through Mounce's Basics of Biblical Greek or something similar), Then you will probably find this book too basic.
I ordered it and only on examination did I find that I should have ordered instead the companion volume to this, The Exhaustive Concordance to the Greek New Testament also by Kohlenberger. The Exhaustive Concordance lists the words and the contexts in Greek (and is 4 or 5 dollars cheaper!).
excellent buy Aug 3, 2006
The item was brand new and the seller was very prompt in delivery.I am very pleased
Everyone needs a concordance Sep 23, 2005
A concordance is an indispensable tool for any student of the Bible. This volume is an incredibly helpful resource for study especially in relation to preaching, and teaching. However, if one did not know Greek, or at least the alphabet and the word he or she was looking for it would be too difficult and time consuming to really be helpful. Money would be better spent on an NIV exhaustive concordance, or even buying both the NIV concordance from Zondervan, as well as this one. The G/K numbers correspond. Of all word study tools the concordance is most basic and necessary. This one is put together nicely and is easy to use even with only a basic understanding of Greek.
A great reference book Jul 19, 2005
This volume of concordance to New Testament Greek is a must for every reader of the Bible who wants to get an easy and fast access to where words are found in the New Testament. The advantage of this concordance over a Greek to Greek concordance is obviously that in this Greek-English concordance the key words are listed in Greek characters, with a direct transcription to English and the meaning of the word. I addition the excerps from the Scriptures are rendered in English with the key word in the text highlighted, so it is in fact very easy to use, also for the student who is not very much accustomed to Greek. Along with a Greek-English dictionary you practically don`t need any other aids for delving into New Testament Greek.
Incomparable Resource Jul 19, 2000
Definately a must for any serious Bible enthusiast. You are able to see how many times a greek word was used in the new testament and how the NIV translated it.