This collection offers four important resources for studying the Greek New Testament and its early manuscripts. For many years Ray Summers’ Essentials of New Testament Greek has been a classic standard in the classroom and its revised edition, offered here, is even more helpful to students and ministers alike. Kendell Easley demonstrates the necessity of not only learning New Testament Greek but how to apply that knowledge as students and ministers study, preach, and teach from the New Testament. Philip Comfort brings paleography and textual criticism together as a means to proficiently encounter the early manuscripts of the New Testament.
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