[B-Greek] Should I have passed it up?

David McKay davidmckay52 at gmail.com
Fri Jul 30 18:02:02 EDT 2010


G'day Peter
BDAG is superior to BAG. It is much more up-to-date and its typesetting is
so much easier to read.
I'd go for the newest one.
David McKay

On 31 July 2010 07:45, peter pankonin <peter.pankonin at gmail.com> wrote:

> Greetings all,
>
> So while on vacation earlier this week, poking around in used
> bookstores, I happened upon a BAG for $25...but I didn't buy it,
> figuring I'd hold out for a BDAG. So now I'm kicking my butt for
> passing up on the BAG (since I have neither BAG nor BAGD nor BDAG).
> What do you think: Should I have purchased the BAG?
>
> The same store had a copy of "Biblical Greek Language and
> Lexicography: Essays in Honor of Fredrick W. Danker," eds. Taylor,
> Lee, Burton Whitaker (which I did buy). I haven't read much beyond the
> Introduction, but I'm guessing it may answer my question...
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