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Touch a word in the Greek New Testament and instantly view the parsing information and lexical form, along with a link to the related entry in the Analytical Lexicon of the Greek New Testament.
The Innovating Presentation of the AGNT incorporates recent scholarly opinions on Koine Greek middle voice, removing deponency from the classification scheme. As a result, only three voice classifications are used throughout: active, middle and passive.
Four great resources combine in the AGNT-5 (Innovating Presentation) to form a powerful Greek study system:
The Greek New Testament, 5th Revised Edition, also called the UBS-5, is a scholarly edition of the Greek New Testament aimed at pastors, translators, and students. The Greek text used is identical to the Nestle-Aland, 28th edition, but the formatting has been altered to match the needs of translators within the United Bible Society. For instance, it is divided by section headings into easily identifiable pericopes. Many of these section headings are also followed by cross-references to parallel passages. Old Testament quotations are printed in bold, further increasing readability. These and numerous other minor changes make this a slightly more user-friendly text than the NA-28.
The 5th edition Friberg Morphology and Parsing database (Innovative Presentation) provides parsing information for each word of the Greek New Testament as well as its lexical form. This parsing system was created by Timothy and Barbara Friberg.
The Analytical Lexicon of the Greek New Testament gives definitions and grammatical analysis of Greek word forms across New Testament manuscript traditions including: Nestle-Aland (NA), United Bible Society (UBS) and Majority Text. It allows you to look up not only the root form, but all the inflected forms of the word. It is accessible from a link within the morphological information, and as a stand-alone resource in your library.
The UBS-5 Apparatus provides information on all of the variant readings that affect interpretation or translation for each passage in the New Testament. This critical apparatus differs from the one provided with the Novum Testamentum Graece (NA28) in that it only contains variants that were deemed meaningful to students and translators. Although it is less exhaustive, it is easier to use and contains certain other features not found in the apparatus for the NA28. For example, this apparatus provides a letter grade for each reading, providing students and translators with an estimate of how certain the editors are that the reading in the main text is original.
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Timothy Friberg and Barbara Friberg are field linguists and teachers of graduate linguistics working in Southeast Asia. Barbara Friberg earned an M.A. in linguistics at the University of Saigon and an M.S. in computer science at the University of Minnesota. Timothy holds a Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota.