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- Author: W. Robertson Nicoll
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The Expositor's Greek New Testament Commentary Pocket E Sword Version
W. Robertson Nicoll
Note: This module does not contain the Greek text as indicated in the description below. It just contains the commentary.
A standard reference work written in English on the Greek Text! Nicoll's contains the complete text of the Greek New Testamentalong with grammatical, critical, and exegetical notes, conveniently arranged with the Greek text in clear type at the top of each page and the notes below. The scholar, pastor, and serious Bible student can examine the Greek rather than rely on English translations.
This is a very profound English commentary with Greek text and English notes below. The author says: "In the critical notes below theGreek text I have aimed at making easily accessible to the reader the results of the labours of scholars who have made the text an object of special study..."
Dr. Wuest references passages from this commentary in his series: "Word Studies in the Greek New Testament"
The preface to The Expositor's Greek Testament (5 Volume Set) by W. Robertson Nicoll reads as follows: "In this commentary... I give to the public the fruit of studies carried on for many years. The gospels have taken a more powerful and abiding hold of me than any other part of the Scriptures. I have learnt much from them concerning Christ in the course of the years; not a little since I began to prepare this work for the press. I have done my best to communicate what I have learned to others. I have also laid under contribution previous commentators ancient, and modern...I have not hesitated to introduce quotations in Latin and Greek, which seemed fitted to throw light on the meaning. These, while possessing interest for scholars, may be passed over by English readers without much loss, as their meaning is usually indicated."