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Readers Greek New Testament-Burgundy DuoTone

By Goodrich Richard J (Author) & Albert L. Lukaszewski (Author)
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Pages   592
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 9.2" Width: 5.9" Height: 0.7"
Weight:   1.05 lbs.
Binding  Leather
Release Date   Apr 30, 2004
Publisher   Zondervan Publishing
ISBN  0310248884  
EAN  9780310248880  
UPC  025986248888  

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The Greek text that underlies the New International Version as reconstructed by Edward Goodrick and John Kohlenberger III, along with word definitions in footnotes for all words that occur thirty times or less in the New Testament.

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Reviews - What do our customers think?
Dissappointing Service  Jan 1, 2008
I ordered this book as a Christmas gift at the end of November, through the seller A1 BOOKS. An entire month later they credited my account for part of the money with no explanation other than it had been returned. After a couple of attempts at contacting the seller, they said it had been "undeliverable" and were charging us a restocking fee. The address is indeed correct and we've recieved a vast number of packages over the years at the same address. They offered us horrible customer service in the form of vague responses and incomplete sentences in their emails, and now we've paid almost $10 for something that we've never received due to return shipping and "restocking fees," not to mention the lack of a gift to give. We are completely dissatisfied with the service A1 Books has provided.
terrible italic font  Jun 2, 2007
This book is a great idea for New Testament Greek newbies like myself; I must say, however, that the strange, italicized font the publisher chose is a terrible choice. It's very difficult to read and takes some time to get used to certain of the letters. I can not, understand why they would do this. The actual Tanakh quotes appear in normal, upright typeface (in bold) and how I wish the rest of the text was like this. The good thing about this book is it really encouraged me to get off my rump and learn the vocab down to a much lower frequency level so I don't have to use it any more.
Pages have nice gold bible trim but there is no leaf page marker attached, but it's hard to complain too much when the thing is so inexpensive. Did I mention the terrible font choice?
I hope the new version coming out in August, 2007 remedies this problem.
LOVE IT!  May 22, 2007
For dabbling in textual criticism I rely on UBS4 and NA27, of course, and the manuals (Metzger and Aland), but this dandy little Reader filled the gap between my desire to read the New Testament with a degree of comfort and my actual ability to do so.

I use it every day, and it is just what I was looking for. I couldn't believe it was actually out there, and that they were only asking $20 for it! This slim, portable Greek NT is a definite must for reinforcing the vocabulary you're trying to memorize with the Mounce cards, and for learning to recognize the non-lexical forms of those words.

The footnotes are English definitions keyed to the Greek words on the top of the page that occur in the NT text 30x or less. That's invaluable, because if you're not a pastor or a professional philologist, taking the time to consult a lexicon every time you encounter a word you either haven't memorized yet or--just as likely--one you memorized but have forgotten, is a disheartening and onerous disincentive to trying to read the NT text in Greek, which after toiling through an introductory Greek grammar you are desperate to be able to do. But with this little gem, you just look to the bottom of the page! (Of course, as everyone knows, skill with a lexicon must be acquired and maintained too, if one desires to master NT Greek--as I intend to. If you keep that in mind, and marry in-depth study, involving a lexicon, to the use of this casual reader, you will be attacking your ignorance from all directions, IMHO). All this being said, one should, as the experts say, continue to use flash cards--even while daily using a Reader like this one--to memorize down to 10 word occurrences.

Again, this Reader isn't for textual study; that's not what it was intended for. It's for that awkward transition period when you're trying to read the text after finishing your first grammar. It's a combat version for the raw recruit venturing from Mounce's boot camp and into the hostile country of non-Johannine NT books.

I just ordered my Zerwick pair, and I am excited about that, but I am confident that as time progresses, and I move from the more rustic writers into Paul and Luke and eventually Hebrews, that this Reader will be well used indeed. For even when I get to the point where I've memorized down to ten, and I don't want to lug a lexicon into bed or onto a plane, I won't have to, because this baby takes me down to one. You can work on your Greek even when you're feeling tired and lazy.

For heaven's sake, a pizza delivery costs 20 bucks. Buy the thing, already!

EDIT-14Nov07- NOTE!! UBS has just come out with a Reader that has not only 30x or less word occurrences footnoted, but also footnoted grammatical analyses and notes on idioms found in the text above. It also has an appendix in the back for 30x or more word occurences. I don't have mine yet, but it looks pretty good. It just costs twice as much, and is a hardcover. It can be found at scholarly-bibles dot com, or can be preordered here at this site. "The UBS Greek New Testament
A Reader's Edition." I actually ordered mine through Christian Book Distributors online. -

EDIT 26Nov07 - I received the UBS Reader. If you've got the money to spend, pre-order that UBS reader, or get it through CBD. Font is easier to read than the Zondervan, consulting the footnotes (which are much more distinct and clear) is much easier, and the text is the reliable GNT. It also has parsings for all the verbs/participles footnoted. I think it's great! But the Zondervan is good for the price, too.
Good Greek Resource  May 21, 2007
As a self taught "part-time" theologian, I've loved this copy of the Greek New Testament. When I received as a gift from my girlfriend, I couldn't read a word of biblical Greek. Thanks to this little wonder, I can read biblical Greek fairly well now!

My only gripe is the italicized text. It's a little hard on the eyes; otherwise this is a great product.
Potentially useful, but overrated and contains some serious flaws  Feb 19, 2007
This New Testament seems to fill a gap in the market, but I question whether that gap is real or percieved. Many others have commented that it is helpful in that it allows them to read without getting frustrated at their lack of vocabulary knowledge. If that is the case, then great! In a very important way, who am I (or who is any reviewer) to knock a book like this if it gets someone excited about reading the GNT.


I believe that the general level of excitement in many of these posts is misplaced. First, to get any use out of this volume, one must know NT vocabulary down to 30 occurrences. I think this is about 500-600 words (all I know is that 50 occurrences if about 350). Once you know those, in my opinion you are ready for the "real thing," i.e. go get a UBS4 (not an NA27). The UBS4 is very user-friendly and has a basic dictionary. This Zondervan product sounds like a Panacea of Greek information to read some of the reviews. It is not.

Second, I would not purchase this volume, nor recommend it, simply based on the fact that it uses backwards engineering to arrive at its Greek text. I don't know why this is even remotely acceptable to anyone. Why not just translate an English version into ancient Greek? That is more or less what this version is. Simply put, why introduct this sort of error into a Greek text that will be widely read by many people? I just don't understand it.

So, at the end of the day, if you want to read the GNT, buy a UBS4 edition (NOT an NA27) and start reading!

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