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The Gospel According to St. Luke in Greek: After the Westcott and Hort Text
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The Gospel According to St. Luke in Greek: After the Westcott and Hort Text

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Macmillan and Co., Macmillan Co. 1900

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Overview

After a thorough introduction, Wright provides the text of Luke’s Gospel in Greek parallel with examples and illustrations from the other Gospels.

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Key Features

  • Gives an introduction to help the reader understand the background behind the Gospel of Luke
  • Provides the Greek parallel to better understand original meaning of words in Luke
  • Contributes illustrations from other Gospels to provide parallelism

Contents

  • Who was Luke?
    • Did he write this Gospel?
    • To whom did he write it?
    • Whence did he obtain it?
    • How did he write it?
  • Greek Text
  • Notes
  • Appendix
    • Grammatical Forms
    • Orthography
    • Latinisms
    • Analytic forms
    • Hebraisms

Praise for the Print Edition

A valuable contribution to the study of the Gospels. . . . A book which deserves and will well repay the attention of all students of the Gospels. . . . We can strongly recommend the book for its thoroughness, its sound scholarship, its great accuracy.

Athenaeum

Product Details

  • Title: The Gospel According to St. Luke in Greek: After the Westcott and Hort Text
  • Author(s): Arthur Wright
  • Publisher: Macmillan and Co.
  • Publication Date: 1900
  • Pages: 230

About Arthur Wright

Arthur Wright (1870–1889) was classical lecturer and vice president of Queens’ College, Cambridge.