Kevin W. Woodruff
cierpke at prodigy.net
Wed Dec 29 16:02:52 EST 1999
I did some work on the NASB edition of the Hebrew-Greek Study Bible. I would
not trust it. Zodhiates has a tendency to read modern Greek meanings into
Koine words. His interpretations are sometimes just plain idiocyncratic.
Robertson and Vincent are much better but I would supplement them with more
recent works like BAGD and the upcoming BDAG
At 09:24 AM 12/29/1999 -0800, you wrote:
>Has anyone any experience with Dr. Zodhiates' books?
>(e.g. The Hebrew-Greek Key Word Study Bible). Would
>they be helpful to people who aren't fluent in the
>How about Robertson's and Vincent's word dtudies
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