New Testament Studies

Our English Bibles were translated from the Greek texts. See how the precision of the Greek texts contributes to our Bibles today. With Strong’s numbering system anyone can benefit without knowing the Greek language.

Maximize your Bible study time with E.W. Bullinger’s A Critical Lexicon and Concordance. At a glance, you can find the Greek word with its literal and derivative meanings for every word in the English New Testament (KJV). Also valuable for its Greek-to-English index; concordance of proper names; appendix of biblical references to common pronouns, particles, and conjunctions; and more.

For over a century, Thayer’s Greek-English Lexicon has been lauded as one of the best New Testament lexicons available for any student of New Testament Greek. This lexicon provides dictionary definitions for each word and relates each word to its New Testament usage and categorizes its nuances of meaning. Coded to Strong’s numbering system.

The Englishman’s Greek Concordance to the New Testament lists every Greek word in the New Testament in Greek alphabetical order, along with a brief rendering in English of every verse in which that word appears. One major improvement: each Greek word is defined so you can compare its various English translations. Coded to Strong’s numbering system.

Barry’s Interlinear Greek-English New Testament is based on the Stephanus 1550 text with the Authorized Version in the margin. It has an excellent Greek-English Dictionary included and a section on Synonyms. Variant readings from other editions of the Gk. N.T. are listed in the footnotes of each page. 

Continuing in the Scriptures provides books, ebooks, and self-study classes that build expertise in New Testament studies.

The Greek-English Lexicon requires an advanced knowledge of Greek for optimum use—and rewards you with unparalleled assistance. Each word is given in root form along with important variations, and an excellent representation of examples from classical, Koine, and Attic Greek sources follows.

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