[B-Greek] Hebrews commentaries
Kenneth C. Vendler
kenneth.vendler at higherwinds.net
Mon Jan 5 07:24:48 EST 2004
I might recommend to you the following:
Greek text (obviously) You may want to utilize both UBS4 and the Majority Text for comparison purposes. In my HF Majority Text for example, there are scores of variant readings listed that UBS4 doesn't list. At the same time, the NA27 gives more complete attestation for its variant sets. It's good to utilize more than one edition of the Greek text
Friberg, Friberg and Millers Analytical Lexicon of the Greek New Testament Analytical Lexicon of the Greek New Testament (Baker's Greek New Testament Library)
Cleon Rogers Jr and Cleon Rogers III's New Linguistic and Exegetical Key to the Greek New Testament: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0310201756/qid=1073304999//ref=sr_8_xs_ap_i0_xgl14/002-3935773-7712845?v=glance&s=books&n=507846
Kenneth C. Vendler
"Some people think they are thinking, when they are merely rearranging their prejudices"
Attributed to William James
" All things come in pairs, one opposite the other, and he has made nothing incomplete. Each supplements the virtues of the other. Who could ever tire of seeing his [God's] glory? "
Sirach 42:24,25 New Revised Standard Version
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From: "David McKay" <david.mckay at ozemail.com.au>
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Subject: [B-Greek] Hebrews commentaries
> I am hoping to prepare myself for a class in the Greek text of Hebrews
> starting in August. What commentaries and other aids would be most helpful
> for helping me to understand the Greek text of Hebrews?
> I am told it is scary stuff!
> Twenty four years ago I completed a theological degree and majored in
> biblical languages, taking 4 years of each, and five years ago completed a
> course with the same lecturer [Peter O'Brien] in the Greek text of
> David McKay
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