This collection includes two resources: an Expanded Translation of the New Testament and Wuest's well-known and widely admired Word Studies in the Greek New Testament.
Please note that these five volumes will display as two resources in your digital library.
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Kenneth Samuel Wuest (1893 – 1962) was a noted New Testament Greek scholar and professor at the Moody Bible Institue in Chicago, publishing over a dozen books on the New Testament. In addition to his own translations, he is credited as one of the translators of the original New American Standard Bible (NASB). Wuest is often cited as an influential Evangelical and Dispensationalist scholar.