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This is only Volume 8 to a ten volume set. The most incredible and exhaustive study that I know of going over the original Greek words in the New Testament. They go over how it was originally used in a more secular sense, then in the Old Testament, Hellenistic usage, and also, of course, how they used it in the New Testament. I recommend this set to any serious student of the Bible.
Jan 27, 2011
Greek is best for understanding the NT
Easy to use and has a great mass of information it is helpful while learning Greek. It is also helpful when in advanced Greek, but I also recommend using a Greek chart and memorize the Greek Alphabet and practice writing the letters.
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