This CD contains
Word Pictures in the New Testament, by A.T.
Robertson. Also included is Robertson's classic
work, A Harmony of Gospels for Students of the life of
This reference collection contains well over 3,000 pages
on classic Bible commentary.
VOLUMES WITH THE BONUS WORK IS INCLUDED ON THIS CD-ROM!
A. T. Robertson was a renowned Greek New Testament
scholar. His work on the Greek language is still
consulted today. Word Pictures in the New Testament is
his insightful treatment of that book. In the Greek New
Testament, there are a variety of meaningful pictorial
nuances implicit in the Greek constructions. These
nuances are often lost in translation. Word Pictures in
the New Testament explains them. Robertson examines
Greek constructions from many different Testament
passages. He provides background to many of the Greek
words and their connotations in the original Greek,
thereby shedding new light on the meaning of passages.
Many readers have gained a new, richer understanding of
the New Testament by studying Word Pictures in the New
Testament. And although no technical knowledge is
required to study this work, familiarity with the Greek
language makes this work much easier to digest.
Consequently, it is ideal for pastors, theologians, and
students of the New Testament.
Robertson's Word Pictures in the New Testament is a
classic word study reference set that takes you
verse-by-verse through the entire New Testament. The
author, A. T. Robertson, focuses on key words in each
verse explaining delicate shades of meaning that are
implicit in the Greek text but often lost in
translation. Originally published in six volumes from
1930 to 1933, this electronic version provides
Robertson's work in its entirety.
forty years after Dr. Marvin R. Vincent wrote his Word
Studies in the New Testament, Robertson's work
incorporated new knowledge of his day gained from more
scientific methods of language study. Comparative
grammar had thrown a flood of light on the real meaning
of New Testament forms and idioms. And new original
documents had been discovered in Egypt supporting
evidence that New Testament Greek was the vernacular of
wrote these volumes primarily for "...those who know no
Greek or comparatively little and yet are anxious to get
fresh help from the study of words and phrases in the
New Testament." Rather than discussing the entire text
of each verse, Robertson's comments focus on key words
important to the passage. His comments vary from lexical
to grammatical to archaeological to exegetical,
depending on what is most helpful to the reader in
understanding the verse.
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