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- June 2nd, 2011, 10:15 am
- Forum: Lexicons
- Topic: Public domain / freely available lexicons?
- Replies: 8
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Hi Jonathan, Abbott-Smith is already available at archive.org and in several nicely readable and downloadable formats. I list this alongside Bullinger, Moulton & Milligan and Thayer, all also on archive.org, over on the NT Gateway lexica page: http://www.ntgateway.com/greek-ntgateway/lexica/ Cheers ...
I agree -- that's the only sense I can make of it. I think it's a mistake to call this a "vocative" and it is not something I have ever seen before, but I was curious whether I had in fact missed something crucial.
I'm just reading an article by Charles L. Quarles, "The Use of the Gospel of Thomas in the Research on the Historical Jesus of John Dominic Crossan", CBQ 69 (2007): 517-36 in which he writes, "Since the causal clause that follows the Beatitude in Luke uses second person forms, however, οἱ πτωχοί in ...
Thanks, Jonathan! And thanks for all your work on getting the new forum stuff going. I've updated my links now on the Greek NT Gateway.Jonathan Robie wrote:Mark also presented the homily at my wedding ... Good to see you here, Mark!
Hi everyone, I've been on b-greek since 1996 and have learned a lot over the last fifteen years. In fact, b-greek was a key part of my first experience of the internet. I used to live in England but now I'm in the USA. I live in North Carolina and I work at Duke University. I run a site called the N...