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“Question the structure of their proof. Determine how well they construct the case for their own interpretations and how fairly they dispose of the interpretations of others.” (Page 305)
“In a lexicon a word is like a friend in a coffin. A concordance restores her to life” (Page 17)
“Bruce M. Metzger’s A Textual Commentary on the Greek Testament” (Page 23)
“Chrysostom. Thomas Aquinas held Chrysostom in such high regard that he is said to have declared he would rather possess the homilies on Matthew’s Gospel written by that eloquent doctor of the church than be master of all Paris.” (Page 300)
“The lexicographer considers the way a word is used and takes snapshots from various angles. A concordance helps one do what the lexicographer does but permits its user to look anew at the evidence.” (Page 17)