[B-Greek] LXX Greek vs NT Greek

Perry L. Stepp plstepp at kcu.edu
Thu Apr 27 08:16:33 EDT 2006

AFAIK, neither are public domain.  You can find copies through all the usual
channels, however: interlibrary loan, Amazon.com, etc.

Interlibrary loan is a wonderful thing!  I know someone who did Ph.D. level
research in a tiny town between Amarillo and Lubbock TX, using primarily ILL
through his public library.  It CAN be done.

Associate Professor, New Testament and Theology
Kentucky Christian University 

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[mailto:b-greek-bounces at lists.ibiblio.org] On Behalf Of Gene Gardner
Sent: Wednesday, April 26, 2006 4:34 PM
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Subject: [B-Greek] LXX Greek vs NT Greek

Albert Pietersma wrote:  "This simplistic notion is, unfortunately,
responsible for many a  Septuagint-specific entry in LSJ, when a new meaning
is ascribed, to an  existing Greek word, based on such pairing. The
methodological faux pas  is that, in such cases, the HEBREW context is
superimposed on that of  GREEK context."

I have Hatch and Redpaths, which some say has its own peculiarities, so my
next question is, who's LXX lexicon is the most accurate?
I also have the Hebrew Aramaic index by Muraoka keyed to H&R.

 Perry L Stepp wrote:

 "In regard to this topic, you need to see James Barr's vitriolic
(butessentially correct) _Semantics of Biblical Language_ and Moises Silva's
_Biblical Words and Their Meanings_."

Can I find these online anywhere?

Thanks again,

Gene Gardner

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