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An Introduction To The Greek New Testament
Produced At Tyndale House-Cambridge

Status: Active
Isbn: 1433564092
Isbn-13: 9781433564093
UPC:
Speedy#: 145437
CPC Super: Biblical Studies
CPC Primary: New Testament Studies
CPC Sub: General
Author: Jongkind Dirk
Publisher: Crossway Books
On Hand: 4
Case Qty: 1
Binding: Trade Paper
Price: 14.99
Due Date:
Weight lbs.: 0.3
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Excerpt:

In 2017, Crossway and Cambridge University Press released The Greek New Testament, Produced at Tyndale House, Cambridge—a groundbreaking edition of the Greek New Testament reflecting a decade of research. One of the principal scholars behind the project has now written this short book to provide crucial information about the Tyndale House edition in particular and the Greek New Testament in general, answering questions such as “What is a textual apparatus and why is one needed?” and “Is the New Testament reliable?” Dirk Jongkind gives guidance for understanding both the biblical text itself and this specific edition so that beginning Greek readers can have clarity and confidence as they engage with the New Testament in the original Greek.



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Is the New Testament text reliable?
What do we do with textual variants?
How do I use the Greek New Testament?

This short book, written as a companion to The Greek New Testament, Produced at Tyndale House, Cambridge, provides crucial information about the Tyndale House Edition in particular and the Greek New Testament in general.

Dirk Jongkind, one of the principal scholars behind this groundbreaking project, answers critical questions for understanding the biblical text so that you can have clarity and confidence as you engage with the New Testament in the original Greek