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The 19-volume Biblical Languages: Reference Grammars and Introductions brings together an impressive compilation of the most important reference grammars and ground-breaking technical introductions to biblical texts ever published! These volumes have defined the contours of biblical language scholarship for the past century, and included some of the biggest names in the field.
We’ve grouped some of the most important grammars and technical language reference works into this singular collection. With scholars such as Westcott, Hort, Field, Abbot, Goodwin, and more than a dozen others, we have designed the ultimate collection for the study of the Greek New Testament, the Septuagint, and the development of the Greek language, as well as for advanced Hebrew, Latin, and Syriac studies. These are the most widely-cited and frequently used volumes in biblical scholarship. From Abbot’s Johannine Grammar and Vocabulary to Westcott and Hort’s Introduction to the New Testament, we’re making complex grammars and technical reference works easy to use, and giving you the tools you need for advanced language study and textual criticism.
The Logos Bible Software edition of Biblical Languages: Reference Grammars and Introductions takes full advantage of the powerful tools in your digital library to make complex grammars, technical reference works, and some of the most important volumes on the biblical languages ever published more accessible than ever! This collection is designed for biblical language scholarship—for anyone who wants to dig as deep as possible into the languages of the cultures that shaped and produced the text of the modern Bible. The Greek grammars make this an essential addition to the libraries of New Testament scholars, Greek scholars, graduate students, and seminarians. This collection is also a must-have for textual critics, Old Testament and Septuagint scholars, classicists, and Syriac scholars.