The Greek New Testament For Beginning Readers, Byzantine Textform (with Direct Verse Jump)


OSNOVA™ is pleased to announce the digital publication of Robinson/Pierpont’s The Greek New Testament for Beginning Readers: Byzantine Textform.

This Greek New Testament includes John Jeffrey Dodson’s lexical information along with brief definitions of words occurring fewer than fifty times, parsing of verbs occurring fewer than fifty times and various other helps particularly useful for those whose Greek is less than perfect, and the OSNOVA edition doesn’t disappoint. These helps are included, and many words are linked to the corresponding lexicon entry and grammatical parsing information.

The Kindle edition from OSNOVA™ includes a number of navigational aids such as Direct Verse Jump and hyperlinked table of contents. Short instructions on their use are included in the book itself, with more detailed instructions available on our blog.

This helpful study tool can be used by a beginning student of Greek or a busy pastor who had his Greek many years ago. You do not have to be an expert in New Testament Greek in order to use this tool profitably. The Kindle format makes this useful information accessible for all students of the Greek New Testament.

You can purchase The Greek New Testament for Beginning Readers: Byzantine Textform at our OSNOVA book store.

Have you experienced the benefits of reading the Word of God in the original languages?

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4 Comments

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4 responses to “The Greek New Testament For Beginning Readers, Byzantine Textform (with Direct Verse Jump)

  1. OK, I guess I’m an addict. I saw this an immediately I purchased it. As usual great job. Thank you so much.

  2. Bill, thankfully the OSNOVA addiction is not harmful. And hopefully it’s contagious 🙂

  3. T. Webb

    Hello, I was wondering if this edition, or your other Kindle Edition of the 2005 Robinson-Pierpont GNT Byzantine text type has the textual comparison / apparatus between the Byzantine text and the USB text. The paper edition of the text does (I don’t think that the Readers one does). The inclusion of the apparatus would make all the difference; if the Kindle one doesn’t have it, I’d buy the paper. Can you let me know? Thanks, Tim.

    • Τhe OSNOVA Kindle edition of the 2005 Robinson-Pierpont GNT Byzantine Textform (but not the Beginning Readers version) does include apparatus as hyperlinked endnotes (for footnote apparatus) and in-line set-off text (for side apparatus).

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