An Interpretive Lexicon of New Testament Greek

In May of 2012 I began working with Dr. G. K. Beale as a research assistant to edit, revise, and expand a so-called “interpretative lexicon” for his Greek exegesis courses. Beale uses a form of discourse analysis to isolate the logical main point of a text, which was a driving force in producing this resource. The lexicon provides an overview of the various discourse functions of connecting words to help that process along.

I wrote two posts discussing just what this book is for, here and here.

I also posted entries about this project as I was working on it here and here.

The Lexicon was published by Zondervan, and is now available for purchase (see here and Amazon) in October 2014.

Reviews

Neotestamentica 49.2 (2015): 453-75
Old School Script blog (pdf
Themelios 40.3 (2015): 500-01 (pdf)
Reading Acts blog (Dr. Steve Walton) (pdf)
Euangelion blog (Dr. Michael F. Bird) (pdf)
Criswell Theological Review (2015)

 

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