Re: Looking for a reference for N T word parsing.

From: C. E. Core (
Date: Mon Feb 21 2000 - 19:14:08 EST

I am not sure what is involved in doing what you suggested, but I think it is a
good suggestion. If a web page were designed, I would like to see a hierarchy
of topics along with reviews by fellow b-greekers, even an in-list-only
book/software sale/trade section included.
in Christ -chris

Bill Ross wrote:

> <Chris>
> I am looking for a reference work that parses all the words of the New
> Testament. I am also interested to read why one is better than the
> other, and is this sort of thing typically free from doctrinal
> preferences. I am currently using Zodhiates WSNT for words that I can't
> parse myself, but after reading some of the posts that refer to his
> lexicon in a poor way, I am reluctant to use his WSNT too.
> Thanks in advance for any help that you can give.
> in Christ -chris
> <Bill>
> This is a suggestion, not for Chris, but for B-Greek.
> What would be involved in starting a B-GreekHelps list and every time a post
> is made that is related to a book, software etc, it is forwarded to the
> B-GreekHelps list, where the archives would easily be searched on this
> subject.
> A web page would be nice, too, though I think it would lend itself to the
> biases of one person rather than the collective input.
> Just an idea.
> Bill Ross
> Be sure and download my song: John 1:1-3 in Koine - free!

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