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MySword Edition of The Expositor's Greek Testament
This is not the poorly formatted version.
  • Comments are properly divided verse by verse instead of the previous version's bulky, chapter-by-chapter division
  • 25 megabytes of commentary (when uncompressed) on nearly every Greek word in the New Testament!
The Expositor's Greek Testament
William Nicoll edited The Expositor's Greek Testament. You may remember Nicoll from the Expositor's Bible (commentary), the Expositor's Dictionary of Texts (commentary), and The Sermon Bible(commentary). Nicoll clearly liked "Expositor" in his titles!

This classic, time-tested reference is written in English on the Greek text of the New Testament.

This commentary includes substantial introductions to each New Testament book. Nearly every (Greek) word in the New Testament contains grammatical, critical, exegetical, literary, and/orcontextual analysis. The commentary is carefully cited with an extensive bibliography. The scholar, pastor, and serious Bible student can benefit from the Greek analysis.

The volumes and authors are:
  • Volume 1 - Matthew, Mark, Luke (A.B. Bruce) and John (Marcus Dods)
  • Volume 2 - Acts (R.J. Knowling), Romans (G.G. Findlay), and 1 Corinthians (J.H. Bernard)
  • Volume 3 - 2 Corinthians (Frederic Rendall), Galatians (Frederic Rendall), Ephesians (S.D.F. Salmond), Philippians (H.A.A. Kennedy), and Colossians (A.S. Peake).
  • Volume 4 - 1-2 Thessalonians (James Moffatt), 1-2Timothy (J.D. White), Titus (J.D. White), Philemon (W.E. Oesterley), Hebrews (Marcus Dods), and James (W.E. Oesterley)
  • Volume 5 - 1 Peter (J.H.A. Hart), 2 Peter (R.H Strachan), 1-2-3 John (David Smith), Jude (J.B. Mayor), and Revelation (James Moffatt).
The Expositor's Greek Testament is cited and/or recommended by:
  • John MacArthur's Masters Seminary, who lists this resource with a must-have asterisk in: 850 Books for Biblical Expositors.
  • Dr. Kenneth Wuest in "Word Studies in the Greek New Testament" books.
  • John MacArthur's commentaries
  • NIV Application Commentary
  • College Press NIV Commentary
  • The New International Greek Testament Commentary
  • The NET Bible
  • The New Bible Dictionary
  • Who's Who in Christian History
  • Word Biblical Commentary

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