[b-greek] Re: Vocabulary List

From: Jay Anthony Adkins (Jadkins26438@cs.com)
Date: Thu Apr 26 2001 - 08:50:58 EDT

> > Hi Carl,
> > Is anyone aware of a compilation of NT Greek Vocabulary and accompanying
> > English definitions categorized by NT book? It could be either in written
> or
> > electronic format.
> <snip>
> > Thanks in advance,
> >
> > Bob Connolly
> > E-Mail: rconnolly@fordham.edu
> Bob, here are two on my bookshelf that have vocabulary lists categorized by
> NT book. I'm sure that others have been published more recently. Both of
> these are good, IMO:
> New Testament Word Lists for Rapid Reading of the Greek Testament, ed. by
> Clinton Morrison and David H. Barnes, Eerdmans, 1966.
> A Reader's Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament and A Bgginner's Guide
> for the Translation of New Testament Greek, by Sakae Kubo, Zondervan, 1975.
> Wayne
> ---
> Wayne Leman
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Please forgive the lateness of this reply, I had fallen behind in my
reading. I just wanted to add that "New Testament Word Lists for Rapid
Reading of the Greek Testament, ed. By Clinton Morrison and David H.
Barnes, Eerdmans, 1966, was reprinted in England in 1975 by Samuel Bagster
& Sons Ltd. - London. I have found this work extremely helpful as it is
divided into chapters as well as books. I would never remember an entire
books worth of vocabulary, but a chapter at a time is doable. This does
indeed make possible rapid reading, although that is a subjective thing I

Sola Gratia,
        Jay Adkins
Always Under Grace!

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