A verse by verse parsing of the NT

From: Bret Hicks (bret@ratedg.com)
Date: Thu Nov 04 1999 - 14:36:36 EST

I was wondering if there is any book which is a good guide to parsing in
the NT that goes verse by verse. What I am thinking of is something
that has the greek text and contains parsing and a brief meaning on the
same page in footnotes, or on the opposing page, or in an index at the
back, but that is done in regular NT order. I am reading through the NT
during breakfast, but having to use an analytical lexicon to check my
parsing makes the going very sloooow, so something that had the parsing
listed verse by verse would be wonderful.
    I have seen some of you mention Zerwick before. Is this the format
of Zerwick? Is Zerwick the best source for this sort of help, or is
there somewhere else to turn. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

In Christ,

Bret A. Hicks
Bay Ridge Christian Church, Annapolis

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