From: clayton stirling bartholomew (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Nov 23 2000 - 20:34:03 EST
on 11/23/00 12:55 PM, Steven R. Lo Vullo wrote:
> It is interesting that Danker believes that this will "revolutionize" NT
> Greek lexicography, since this approach has already been taken by others. In
> fact, one of the more significant criticisms of BAGD by Louw & Nida is
> dependence on glosses.
I think you will discover that the new BAGD is quite different from L&N. I
don't think anyone will want pass up getting the latest from work Fredrick
Danker just because they have L&N. IMHO that would be a serious mistake.
Comparison of these two works is a little unfair since they are conceived
with different functions in view. L&N is really a tool designed specifically
for translators using computers. It is not a general purpose lexicon. L&N
provides very little in the way of historical information (i.e., citations
form ancient sources).
I am glad that Fredrick Danker took his time in finishing this. I suspect
that the quality of the lexicon will reflect this fact.
Clayton Stirling Bartholomew
Three Tree Point
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