[b-greek] New Linguistic and Exegetical Key to the Greek NT

From: Wayne Leman (wayne_leman@sil.org)
Date: Fri Nov 30 2001 - 14:34:29 EST

Barbara, I have this book, but seldom use it. I'm not sure exactly why; it
does have a lot of interresting material in it. I use BAGD and Louw & Nida
far more. From my POV, this book may be a little simplistic (less
"scholarly") and more expository than exegetical than I prefer sometimes, as
some of the writings of Spiros Zodhiates seem to me, also.

Wayne Leman
Bible Translation discussion list:

> In a recent visit to Amazon.com, a recommendation they made was
> "New Linguistic and Exegetical key to the Greek New Testament," Fritz
> Rienecker, Cleon L. Rogers, Jr., and Cleon L. Rogers III. Several
> reviewers recommended it, although a couple of them commented on
> errors, and one complained that the translators had made some of the
> comments on meaning "too Baptist."
> I should like to have the advice of list members concerning this. I
> already have Zerwick and Grosvenor. The price is reasonable, so my
> concern is only with the usefulness of the book. If it clarifies obscure
> grammatical points and idiomatic features, it would probably be
> valuable to me.
> Barbara D. Colt, mailto:babc2@home.com
> St John the Evangelist, San Francisco

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