Daily Gleanings about manuscript structure (ektheses) and using Patristic citations for textual criticism of the Greek New Testament.
The Expositor’s Greek Testament is now dated, but it preserves some keen exegetical insights that more recent commentators have continued to find helpful.
Mike Aubrey discusses six recent and forthcoming books in the area of Greek linguistics. Mark Ward reviews Dirk Jongkind’s Introduction to the Greek New Testament Produced at Tyndale House, Cambridge (Crossway, 2019). About half of the review summarizes the book. Approximately the other half interacts with ch. 7’s proposal of a biblical-theological view of textual transmission. […]
Crossway has provided a nice video introduction to the new Greek New Testament edition, produced at Tyndale House. HT: Peter Gurry. Peter has also posted an initial review of the edition that links to those of several others as well. See also Tyndale GNT to Be Available for Free, Tyndale House GNT, Harmonization Triggers, and TNT Updates.
Tommy Wasserman and Peter Gurry have a new introduction to the Coherence-Based Genealogical Method (CBGM) due out this month. According to the book’s blurb, With the publication of the widely used twenty-eighth edition of Nestle-Aland’s Novum Testamentum Graece and the fifth edition of the United Bible Society Greek New Testament, a computer-assisted method known as […]
Forthcoming from Crossway this November is the new Greek New Testament edition produced by Tyndale House. Print copies are currently available for pre-order at Crossway, Amazon, and elsewhere. Per the FAQs sheet on the text as well, This text will be available digitally and will be free for many uses around the world, in accord with […]