The Tyndale House Greek New Testament, Now with Space for Annotations and Notes
This reader's edition combines The Greek New Testament, Produced at Tyndale House, Cambridge with wide margins and extra line spacing, allowing readers to translate and annotate as they study the Greek text. Each biblical book features an introduction written by a New Testament scholar that digs deeper into its syntax, language, grammar, and style.
This convenient edition features footnotes that highlight rare vocabulary--eliminating the need for a critical apparatus and making it an ideal single-volume tool for seminary students, Bible scholars, and pastors alike.
- Introductions by New Testament Scholars: Contributors include Dirk Jongkind, Elizabeth Shively, Nicholas Perrin, Doug O'Donnell, and Daniel K. Eng
- Additional Study Tools: Book introductions note special vocabulary and include comments on the syntax, language, grammar, and style of the book
- Serves a Wide Audience: Ideal tool for students of the Greek language, Bible scholars, and pastors
- Bibliography: Features a curated list of resources for further study