- Brief introduction on authorship, date, occasion, and purpose
- List of recommended commentaries
- Extensive exegetical notes
- Comprehensive exegetical outline
As students and ministers of God's Word, you know that the closer you can get to the original texts, the better you can preach, teach, and understand the Bible. The Exegetical Guide to the Greek New Testament (EGGNT) is written and researched to provide all the necessary information for understanding the Greek text. Each volume also includes homiletical helps and suggestions for further study.
The EGGNT was written to serve a wide variety of readers. If you are consulting the Greek text for the first time you will appreciate the assistance with vocabulary, parsing, and translation. If you have some experience in Greek you may want to skip or skim these sections and focus attention on the discussions of grammar. More advanced students may choose to pursue the topics, references, and technical works under "For Further Study." Pastors will enjoy the transitions from grammatical analysis to sermon outline. Teachers will appreciate having a resource that frees them to focus on exegetical details and theological matters.
Many of the other reference tools in your digital library will be enhanced with the EGGNT alongside them. Having a Bible, the EGGNT, and a Greek interlinear open side-by-side can make it easy to consult a passage in English and see the text in Greek with each word transliterated and translated. The EGGNT takes you deeper into the original text, pointing out details and nuances that might otherwise be overlooked. Furthermore, the EGGNT makes "Homiletical Suggestions," nuggets of gold for your preaching and teaching.
The EGGNT will make interpreting a given New Testament book easier, while also adding scholarship and depth to your studies of God’s Word. This is especially helpful for those who are hard-pressed for time and yet want to preach or teach with accuracy and authority.
About the Editors
Andreas J. Köstenberger is senior professor of New Testament and Biblical Theology, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Wake Forest, NC and director of acquisitions, B&H Academic.
Robert W. Yarbrough (PhD, University of Aberdeen) is professor of New Testament at Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri. He has authored, coauthored, or translated several books and is coeditor of the Baker Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament.
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