[B-Greek] LXX Greek vs NT Greek
Perry L. Stepp
plstepp at kcu.edu
Wed Apr 26 14:04:31 EDT 2006
In regard to this topic, you need to see James Barr's vitriolic (but
essentially correct) _Semantics of Biblical Language_ and Moises Silva's
_Biblical Words and Their Meanings_.
Silva is easier to read, but both are incredibly valuable.
Perry L. Stepp
Associate Professor, New Testament and Theology
Kentucky Christian University
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Subject: [B-Greek] LXX Greek vs NT Greek
Take a good look at Hatch & Redpath's concordance to the Septuagint. Some
Greek words translate a dozen different Hebrew words. At best, I would say
the Septuagint shows the semantic range of specific words.
-------------- Original message ----------------------
From: Gene Gardner <g_gardner1234 at yahoo.com>
> Thank you all for the information. It is always nice to have the scholars
> in. My next question is related to my first. In your view, can someone use
> application of the Greek words found in the LXX, as chosen by the
> best express its Hebrew equivalent, as a template to define what the
> Hebrew equivalent of the same NT words might be in a reverse fashion?
> sort of application be considered accurate or acceptable in the academic
> language community?
> Once again, thank you all for your input,
> Gene Gardner
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