The Reader s Edition combines the Bible text of the latest edition of the UBS4 Greek New Testament, edited by Barbara Aland, et al., with a running Greek English Dictionary, compiled by Barclay M Newman Running dictionary providing translations of all vocabulary items occurring 30 times or less in the New Testament at the bottom of each page Translations given according to context Definitions of idiomatic word combinations Grammatical analysis of all difficult verb forms Reader friendly layout enabling the reader to transfer easily from text to dictionary and vice versa An appendix providing translations of all vocabulary items occurring than 30 times in the New Testament...
|Title||:||The UBS Greek New Testament: A Reader's Edition|
|Publisher||:||German Bible Society Revised edition May 18, 2009|
|Number of Pages||:||704 pages|
|File Size||:||578 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
The UBS Greek New Testament: A Reader's Edition Reviews
Not sure why UBS does not make more compact Greek New Testaments. This is the most compact one on the market. Portable!
this bible is the best Greek book that I own. no more reading the Greek text in one book and looking up the translation in scads of other books, all the pertinent meanings of words are right there at the bottom of the page. I hope and pray that the people who put this together do the same for the Septuagint,now THAT would be worth lots of money to people like me who aren't expert in Greek.
A wonderful resource for Greek students or for those who want to start to work with the original languages. Excellent as a supplement to the UBS4 regular edition to help get the reader into the habit of reading regularly and encouraging their study.
This version of the New testament is an excellent study aid for people who are studying Biblical Greek/New Testament. Words that appear less than 30 times in the NT are footnoted at the bottom with definitions and parsing. The definitions are also "paraphrased" to allow for colloquialisms and expressions. It's a very good and easy translation to work with along with other study aids.
I've only been able to spend a few minutes with this book, but I thought I'd mention the differences between this product and it's bigger brother
The goal of many NT Greek students is to be able to read out of the Greek NT. This may be the only way proficiency in the language will be realized. The task of reading Greek is made much more difficult the more often one has to hunt down a lexicon to look up a definition for an unfamiliar word. Unfortunately, for most people, the lexicon is needed often enough to push them away from even attempting to read the Greek NT for themselves.