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Linguistic Key to the Greek New Testament

By Cleon L. Rogers (originally by Fritz Rienecker)

A handy little volume

This is a handy little volume. I purchased it when I was studying Greek at Denver Seminary. It goes through the NT verse by verse. Important Greek words are given in Greek letters, with a short definition and sometimes an abbreviated parsing. Short exegetical comments are also sometimes provided. What makes this book valuable is its small size. My edition is 5”x7” with a leather-flex binding. So it is easy to carry.

Of course, with its small size, it is not that detailed. So I did not refer to this volume much as I was working on my Analytical-Literal Translation of the New Testament (ALT). I mainly used more detailed lexicons, but I did refer to this book on occasion. So it was good that I had it on hand.

Review of Linguistic Key to the Greek New Testament. Copyright (c) 2008 by Gary F. Zeolla.


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