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  • Greek language syntax question and morph searching

    I do not use English translations of the OT or NT. I only use the original Hebrew or Greek. What I am trying to do is to use in depth searches of patterns of words in Greek original texts (secular, biblical and extra-biblical [pseudepigrapha, apocrypha, ktl]. I find that most of the demos on the web, YouTube videos, etc. all jump off an an English text
    Posted to General by Louis L Sorenson on Tue, Mar 9 2021
  • Robert W. Funk: A Beginning-Intermediate Grammar of Hellenistic Greek

    Funk's NT Greek grammar is one of the best. Funk was in the era just past structural linguistics. He was a linguist, though much of his life he spent promoting"The Jesus Seminar." In 1961, Funk translated and edited the 9th/10th edition of Blass//Debrunner's Grammatik des neutestamentlichen Griechisch. Funk's Beginning-Intermediate grammar is different
    Posted to Suggestions by Louis L Sorenson on Thu, Oct 3 2019
  • Re: Why aren't there more works from Oxford University Press?

    I've had Lawlor and Oulton's commentary on Eusebius' Ecclesiastical History on my shelf for many years. I just bought the Logos Loeb version (Greek/English) of The Ecclesiastical History and started reading the prologue. I've got BDAG, LSJ, and many other lexicons. From the start, I ran up against words I did not know the meaning or range of meanings
    Posted to Suggestions by Louis L Sorenson on Thu, Mar 28 2019
  • Danker: The Concise Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament

    I don't understand why this book is not available in Logos. Frederick William Danker who was editor of A Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature (BDAG), wrote this concise lexicon partially to replace an earlier abridged lexicon and to respond to criticisms of BDAG (v3).
    Posted to Suggestions by Louis L Sorenson on Wed, Sep 16 2015
  • Book Suggestion: Acta Apostolorum (The NT Apocrypha)

    I would really like to see the following book digitized and available on Logos. ACTA APOSTOLORVM APOCRYPHA POST CONSTANTINIM TISCHENDORF DENDO DEDIRERUNT RICARDUS ADELBERTUS LIPSIUS MAXIMILIANUS BONNET LIPSIAE APUD HEKMANNUM MENDELSSOHN MDCCCXCI (1898-1903) It seems the best text (with critical apparati) of the NT Apocrypha is the 3 volume series titled
    Posted to Suggestions by Louis L Sorenson on Sat, Jul 18 2015
  • Citations in Greek

    I do most of my reading in Greek if possible, When I use BDAG and click on citations, I almost always get an English citation of the text and not the Greek text. The NT and LXX Greek versions appear in Greek (although variant readings do not appear for the NT). I recently bought the ancient texts package, containing Josephus, Philo, the Apocrypha and
    Posted to General by Louis L Sorenson on Tue, Mar 17 2015
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