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The Expositor's Greek Testament (5 vols.)

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The 5-volume Expositor’s Greek Testament ranks among the most important commentaries on the Greek text of the New Testament from the 19th century, drawing from the scholarship of twenty contributors under the editorship of William Robertson Nicoll. In addition to the Greek text, this massive reference work contains textual, literary, and grammatical commentary on nearly every Greek word in the entire New Testament. The Expositor’s Greek Testament also includes lengthy introductions to each of the books in the New Testament, surveying the literary and interpretive history, along with an introduction to the historical context of each book and an extensive bibliography.

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  • Comprehensive introductions to each book of the New Testament
  • Detailed analysis of nearly every Greek word in the entire New Testament
  • Grammatical, literary, and textual commentary of every New Testament book
  • Comprehensive bibliography for further study and research
  • Links to dictionaries and English translations in your digital library
. . . the five volumes of the old Expositor’s Greek New Testament are still worth owning and reading, along with more recent works. . .

—D. A. Carson

. . . the Expositor’s Greek Testament will rank as one of the best commentaries in English. . .

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  • Title: The Expositor’s Greek Testament
  • Publisher: George H. Doran Company
  • Editor: William Robertson Nicoll
  • Volumes: 5
  • Resoureces: 10
  • Pages: 3,342
  • Format: Digital > Logos Research Edition
  • Resource ID: {B4192E8B-0E73-452D-99B5-6092547F50A7}
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William Robertson Nicoll was born in 1851 in Scotland. He was a pastor, journalist, and editor. Nicoll is perhaps most famous for his work on The Expositor's Greek Testament Knighted in 1909, he died in 1923.


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  6. Faithlife User
    Though I wish to have it, and have reviewed previously, I would not agree that it is "a must for any serious student of Scripture." Just saying, because we are all different, and believe differently.
  7. Gary Pajkos

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    This is an amazing body of work. A must for any serious student of God's Word.
  8. Shawn Nichols

    Shawn Nichols


    Love this set. Waiting for $200 to purchase it.


Collection value: $124.95
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