Filología Neotestamentaria, Vol. XIV, Nos. 27–28 (Mayo–Noviembre 2001)

Ediciones El Almendro, 2001
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Filología Neotestamentaria is a journal put out by the Department of Greek Science Antiquity and the Middle Ages at the University of Cordoba, Madrid. Prior to Filología Neotestamentaria there was no other Spanish or foreign journal that concentrated on the dialogue and scientific discussion in the field of New Testament Greek and its Hellenistic environment. This journal is mainly a journal in the field of biblical research that covers a gap in the scientific field specializing in New Testament. It is intended to be a middle-ground between philologists and Hellenist exegetes. Each issue appears in its original version, within the range of languages admitted: Spanish, French, English, German, and Italian. Topics include every aspect of New Testament Greek, including textual criticism, grammar, semantics, lexicography, and semiotics, and their relationship with Classical or Hellenistic Greek. The journals are aimed at both the student of Greek language and the New Testament exegete, offering linguistic contributions to the field of study.

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  • Title: Filología Neotestamentaria, Vol. XIV, Nos. 27–28 (Mayo–Noviembre 2001)
  • Author: Facultad de Filosofía y Letras Universidad de Córdoba
  • Publisher: Ediciones El Almendro
  • Publication Date: 2001

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