Steven Lo Vullo
doulos at chorus.net
Fri Mar 24 17:57:07 EST 2000
Just to add to what David said, this lexicon is also available in electronic form with the Gramcord LXX (www.gramcord.org).
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From: David Spear
To: Biblical Greek
Sent: Friday, March 24, 2000 2:13 PM
Subject: Re: Septuagint lexicons
On Fri, 24 Mar 2000 15:11:49 -0500, Darrell Jachim-Moore wrote:
>I'm looking to purchase a lexicon for the Septuagint. Could some of you with more knowledge of the area please suggest some pros/cons on the Hatch/Redpath and Liddell-Scott works? Or, perhaps there is one I haven't yet considered. I will be a doing thesis over the coming year with primary interest in the Hebrew scriptures and would like a comprehensive lexicon to the Greek rendering of this text. Any input will be greatly appreciated. thanx.
There is a Greek-English Lexicon of the Septuagint (2 Vol. set) Compiled by J. Lust, E. Eynikel, & K. Hauspie - ISBN# 3-438-05125-7, & 3-438-05126-7 that are available thru the Christian Book Distributors- http://www.christianbook.com/
-- David Spear, davidspear at calvarychapel.com on 03/24/2000 at 3:06:35 PM
KJV Romans 3:28 Therefore we conclude that a man is justified by faith without (or apart from) the deeds of the law.
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