Hebrew + Greek Bible Giveaway
Does this describe you:
• You’ve learned the basic syntax of Bible languages
• You know some basic vocab
• But the less common words? No, you don’t know ketem from katalambano. A Bible that defines the uncommon words might be hepful...
If that’s you, you are in luck...
WE'RE GIVING AWAY FIVE OF A Reader's Hebrew and Greek Bible (See how to enter at bottom of post)
Wait a sec, what's special about this Bible?
Any Hebrew word that appears less than 100 times is defined at the bottom of the page:
And in the NT, you'll find definitions for any Greek word that appears less than 30 times:
So, what if a Greek word appears 31 times? The book doesn’t define that?
Common vocab are defined in the book’s Hebrew and Greek lexicons.
Okay, what about the textual sources?
The complete text of the Hebrew and Aramaic Bible uses the Westminster Leningrad Codex (4.4). You will find notes on alternate consonants and pointing where the Codex differs from Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia (1997). Similarly, the Greek text includes footnotes where it differs from the UBS4.
How do I enter to win?
LEAVE A COMMENT WITH YOUR FAVORITE GREEK OR HEBREW WORD.
If you don't have a favorite biblical word, just say "seper," which is Hebrew for scroll/book. We'll announce winners on Friday.
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