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A Comparison of Greek Words in Philo and the New Testament Kåre Fuglseth

A Comparison of Greek Words in Philo and the New Testament

Kåre Fuglseth

Published April 1st 2003
ISBN : 9780773467743
Hardcover
197 pages
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Fuglseth (Bodo Regional U., Norway) presents a complete computer- generated comparison of the Greek New Testament and the extant Greek writings of Philo of Alexandria. The main part lists all the common words in alphabetical order, to make them easyMoreFuglseth (Bodo Regional U., Norway) presents a complete computer- generated comparison of the Greek New Testament and the extant Greek writings of Philo of Alexandria. The main part lists all the common words in alphabetical order, to make them easy for scholars to find. A second part lists the same words by the minimal relative frequency, in order to highlight words that occur frequently in both writings. Further parts list by frequency words common to Philo and to the Gospel of John and the Letter to the Hebrews. None of the lists quote the words use or refer to where in either work it appears. No index is provided. Annotation ©2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR