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Tap or click a word in the Greek New Testament and instantly view Mounce-Koivisto morphology and parsing information, along with links to the related entry in the Concise Greek-English Dictionary of the New Testament.
This package gives you access to four critical resources, linked for a seamless study experience:
The Novum Testamentum Graece, also known as the NA-27 is the standard modern scholarly edition of the Greek New Testament. It is the product of over 100 years of work by the Institute for New Testament Textual Research under numerous editors including Eberhard and Erwin Nestle, Kurt and Barbara Aland, and Bruce Metzger. The same Greek text is also used by the United Bible Society's Greek New Testament, Fourth Edition, but there are some slight differences in punctuation between the two.
The Critical Apparatus included with the NA-27 is one of the most exhaustive available and includes variants in orthography that may be of interest to scholars rather than only the variants which affect the interpretation of a passage.
Mounce-Koivisto Morphology includes the lexical form (or lemma) and parsing information for each word in the Greek text, along with a brief English gloss. The morphological tagging was originally created by Dr. William Mounce and revised by Dr. Rex A. Koivisto.
The Concise Greek-English Dictionary of the New Testament provides a definition for each Greek word. The appropriate lexical entry is hyper-linked from the words in the GNT text, you can choose to open the dictionary whenever you view parsing information. The dictionary is also independently accessible, so you can look up words without linking from the Greek text.
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