From: Mike Arcieri (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Apr 06 2001 - 15:32:48 EDT
James Ernest wrote:
<BR>The subject line of your query reminded me of this title. I don't
<BR>I've ever actually seen the book, but if you're researching the vocabulary
<BR>of the 4th Gospel I suppose you should see if you can get aholt of
<BR>through ILL or a used book website. I can't imagine you'll have
<BR>luck trying to do this kind of research using websites.
<P>AUTHOR Abbott, Edwin Abbott, 1838-1926.
<BR>TITLE Johannine vocabulary : a comparison of the words of the
<BR>gospel with those of the three / by Edwin A. Abbott.
<BR>PUB. INFO London : Adam and Charles Black, 1905.
<BR>DESCRIPTION xviii, 364 p. ; 23 cm.
<BR>SERIES Diatessarica / Edwin Abbott Abbott ; 5
<P>Thanks for your reply. I do in fact have Abbott's <I>Vocabulary</I>
vol. as well as his <I>Johannine Grammar</I>. The reason I was particularly
looking for that one particular www page was that all the Johannine vocabulary
was listed (by root) per chapter. Thus we could see at a glance, say, John's
use of the prep 'en' in chap. 1, 2, 3, 4 etc... And this for <I>all</I>
the vocab. I've decided to attach the whole page to this email, and perhaps
it would help jog someone's memory better... ;-)
<P>BTW, speaking of good ol' Abbott, does anyone have any copy of the following
volumes in his "Diatessarica" series? Abbot provides the (only) information:
<P>#1 - 272: Clue (Greek to Hebrew Scriptures)
<BR># 273-552: Corrections of Mark
<BR>#553-1149: From Letter to Spirit
<BR>#1436-1885: Johannine Vocab
<BR>[#1886-2799: Johannine Grammar]
<P>Are these critical works of Abbott, or rather theological reflections
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