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Ted Hans | Forum Activity | Posted: Thu, Feb 25 2010 1:08 PM
I would love to see these lexicon available in Logos. Thanks.

  Ted.    
  1. The Concise Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament by Frederick W. Danker. http://www.amazon.com/Concise-Greek-English-Lexicon-New-Testament/dp/0226136159/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1267129899&sr=1-2
  2. A Patristic Greek Lexicon by G. W. H. Lampe

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Si | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Feb 25 2010 9:00 PM

Yes

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Nathan Wells | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Jun 18 2010 8:24 PM

Yes

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George Somsel | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Jun 18 2010 8:37 PM

Ted Hans:
I would love to see these lexicon available in Logos. Thanks.

  Ted.    
  1. The Concise Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament by Frederick W. Danker. http://www.amazon.com/Concise-Greek-English-Lexicon-New-Testament/dp/0226136159/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1267129899&sr=1-2
  2. A Patristic Greek Lexicon by G. W. H. Lampe

Personally I don't like anything concise unless it's truly concise and in print so I can stick it in my pocket.  For electronic resources I like all the details.

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Si | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Jun 18 2010 9:55 PM

George Somsel:
Personally I don't like anything concise unless it's truly concise and in print so I can stick it in my pocket.  For electronic resources I like all the details.

Yes, but The Concise Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament is not really an abridgment of BDAG.  This lexicon includes things like extended definitions that are not included in BDAG, which would be helpful in Logos.  

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Si | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Feb 2 2012 10:05 PM

Danker, the D in BDAG, just passed away.  In Rod Decker's Obit (http://ntresources.com/blog/?p=1492), he says of Danker's Concise Lexicon:

"This was not an abridgment of BDAG, but a new work (though obviously dependent in many ways on the larger lexicon). I thank God for Prof. Danker’s contribution to biblical studies. No beginning student should be without the Concise Lexicon, and no serious student of the Greek of the NT who has gotten beyond first year should be without BDAG (in addition to CL)."

I am grateful to have BDAG in Logos, but can we bring in the Concise Lexicon too?

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Milford Charles Murray | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Feb 3 2012 6:43 AM

Si Cochran:
Danker, the D in BDAG, just passed away.  In Rod Decker's Obit (http://ntresources.com/blog/?p=1492), he says of Danker's Concise Lexicon:

Si, Peace to you!          *smile*                   and                 Always Joy in the Lord!

                I am very grateful indeed for your post.  I had the great honour of having Danker as my Professor for several courses.  If I knew then what I know now, I would have worked harder and relished each teaching moment even more.

                         However, "what is, is!"                  Thanks again.  Am relishing my fond memories of many wonderful things and praising God this beautiful morning!

I also had his brother Bill (who had been a missionary in Japan) as my Professor for a church history course. We students used to call them "Red Fred" and "Black Bill"!!  *smile*                                                                                   Psalm 147:3-5

                                                                                         

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Caleb S. | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Feb 26 2012 9:30 PM

Ted Hans:
I would love to see these lexicon available in Logos. Thanks.

  Ted.    

  1. The Concise Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament by Frederick W. Danker. http://www.amazon.com/Concise-Greek-English-Lexicon-New-Testament/dp/0226136159/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1267129899&sr=1-2
  2. A Patristic Greek Lexicon by G. W. H. Lampe

I would definitely like to see both of these resources come to Logos!

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Unix | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Feb 16 2013 2:17 PM

Yes I would REALLY like to have the Concise Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament in Logos!! Then I would also buy the UBS Translators Handbook New Testament in Logos! I wonder if Logos or Accordance is going to be first?: Mini updated BDAG - Feature or Module Request - Accordance 

Ted Hans:
I would love to see these lexicon available in Logos. Thanks. 


  Ted.    

  1. The Concise Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament by Frederick W. Danker. http://www.amazon.com/Concise-Greek-English-Lexicon-New-Testament/dp/0226136159/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1267129899&sr=1-2

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Charlie Powell | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, May 15 2013 11:12 AM

I, too, would like to see Danker's Concise Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament available in Logos format.  It is available from Olivetree.com in BibleReader format, in which I refer to it frequently.  I would love to have it available in Logos.

I would also like to see Logos publish A Greek-English Lexicon of the Septuagint, by T. Muraoka.  Does anyone know if Logos has plans to publish this important lexicon.  I don't want to spend the money for a hard copy, if it will be coming out soon in Logos.

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Adam Olean | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Feb 15 2014 2:25 PM

Yes

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Caleb S. | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Feb 27 2014 7:25 PM

I have already voiced my desire to see these two resources in Logos, but I also wanted to add some things:

1) I would also like to suggest getting The Concise Dictionary of Classical Hebrew by David J. A. Clines.

and, 2) Why concise Lexicons? Although they are not all too useful for the scholar, they are useful for Pastors, teachers, and laypersons without much or any knowledge of Hebrew. They are much better than the so called "dictionaries" in Strong's Concordance and a whole lot more accurate and even provide more detail than Strong's Concordance dictionaries do. Logos already has The Concise Hebrew Aramaic Lexicon of the Old Testament (CHALOT aka Holliday), but to have the CDCH would be useful for comparison purposes. Also, they are useful for those who want the larger and complete Lexicons (HALOTDCH, and BDAG) but who cannot afford over $150 for one Lexicon (the BDAG/HALOT bundle is cheaper ($274.95) than buying each individually, but I digress). Also, it provides users of the Concise versions a starting point for studies and to give them a small taste of the full Lexicons (HALOTDCH, and BDAG). Plus, for people are just starting out in Logos (and because Logos is expensive) concise Lexicons give them a place to begin so that they can do Hebrew and Greek studies. So are concise lexicons beneficial? I believe the answer is yes. Are they beneficial for all people? Of course not! Once I have the DCH I more than likely will have no need for the CDCH. However, others, such as my mom and a pastor friend of mine won't, be able to afford the DCH but would gain a lot from CHALOT, CDCH, and CGELNT (Concise Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament).

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David Medina | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Feb 27 2014 9:25 PM

Ted Hans:
I would love to see these lexicon available in Logos. Thanks.

  Ted.    

  1. The Concise Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament by Frederick W. Danker. http://www.amazon.com/Concise-Greek-English-Lexicon-New-Testament/dp/0226136159/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1267129899&sr=1-2
  2. A Patristic Greek Lexicon by G. W. H. Lampe

Yes

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David Roberts | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Jan 18 2015 12:09 AM

Yes

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mab | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Jan 18 2015 3:41 PM

The Danker s'il vous plait! Geeked

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