Studies in New Testament Lexicography 978-3-16-150815-8 - Mohr Siebeck
Theology

David S. Hasselbrook

Studies in New Testament Lexicography

Advancing toward a Full Diachronic Approach with the Greek Language

[Untersuchungen zur Lexikographie des Neues Testaments. Ein Beitrag zu einem vollständig diachronen Ansatz zur Erforschung des Griechischen.]

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Seeking to move past the deficiencies of current Greek-English dictionaries of the New Testament, David S. Hasselbrook analyzes the meaning of biblical words from the standpoint of the history of their use in the Greek language from ancient to modern times.
In the latter half of the nineteenth century, scholars begin to publish works recognizing and demonstrating the early beginnings of Modern Greek, finding features in Greek writings of the first century and earlier that continue to exist in the modern language. Despite such research, New Testament lexicographers fail to systematically consult this later stage of the language when analyzing word meanings. After establishing an important unity of the New Testament with Modern Greek and a deficiency in New Testament lexicons in exploiting this unity, David S. Hasselbrook makes use of insights gained from the modern phase of the language to advance the understanding of general word senses, the construction of definitions, and the presentati0n of lexical entries.
Authors/Editors

David S. Hasselbrook Born 1969; Pastor of Messiah Lutheran Church, Missoula, Montana.

Reviews

The following reviews are known:

In: Biblische Zeitschrift — 57 (2013), S. 159–160 (Nikolaos Vakonakis)
In: New Testament Abstracts — 56 (2012), S. 154–155
In: Journal for the Study of the NT — 34.5 (2012), S. 143–144 (Dirk Jongkind)
In: Nederlands Theologisch Tijdschrift — 66 (2012), S. 159–160 (Pieter W. van der Horst)
In: Bulletin for Biblical Research — 23.4 (2013), S. 591–593 (Roy E. Ciampa)
In: Etudes Théologiques et Réligieuses — 2014, Heft 4, S. 530–531 (David Pastorelli)