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My dog ate my BAGD!

Discussion in '2003 Archive' started by Pete Richert, Aug 24, 2003.

  1. Pete Richert

    Pete Richert New Member

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    In a gesture that can only be explained by God's displeasure with my unalligence to KJVO and my interest in exploring the Greek language, I came home from Church today to find my dog had eaten two pages of my BAGD!
     
  2. Ed Edwards

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    You are going to tell us acronym
    challenged what is meant by BAGD.
    Thank you. [​IMG]
     
  3. Pastor Larry

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    Bauer Ardnt Gingrich and Danker -- A Greek English Lexicon of the New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature. It is the standard lexical work for NT Greek students. It is something that most KJVOs never look at because it destroys their whole position.
     
  4. Sherrie

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    WOW Pete! Is he any the smarter? Bet he barks in big words now...hu? hehehe!


    Sorry. I would be highly upset! So did he get it off the shelf himself, or did you have it down for him to get a hold of?

    God Bless
    Sherrie [​IMG]
     
  5. Forever settled in heaven

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    yupper, a few more pages n u'd have a unicorn or a cockatrice in ur kennel.

    BAGD, really! :D
     
  6. Dr. Bob

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    And after getting rid of that evil laxicon, he probably got his heart right and went to study the George Abbot-Smith lexicon. :eek:
     
  7. dianetavegia

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    Just don't tell that dog to 'heal'!
     
  8. gb93433

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    Some of us use in addition to BAGD, Greek English Lexicon by Liddell and Scott, A Patristic Greek Lexicon by G.W.H. Lampe, Vocabulary of The Greek Testament by Moulton and Milligan, Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament by Louw and Nida and Theological Dictionary of the New Testament 10 Vols.

    These books give a good representation of how a word was used in the papyrii, among the philosophers, and the early church fathers. It makes it much easier to trace a word over a longer period of time.
     
  9. gb93433

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    If you get BAGD on computer your dog can't eat it again.
     
  10. Forever settled in heaven

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    well, the M&M n Louw n Nida wld be synchronic studies of the Koine, wldn't they, rather than "over a longer period of time" ;)
     
  11. RaptureReady

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    Bauer Ardnt Gingrich and Danker -- A Greek English Lexicon of the New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature. It is the standard lexical work for NT Greek students. It is something that most KJVOs never look at because it destroys their whole position. </font>[/QUOTE]So is this how your faith in God's perfect word got destroyed.?
     
  12. gb93433

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    well, the M&M n Louw n Nida wld be synchronic studies of the Koine, wldn't they, rather than "over a longer period of time" ;) </font>[/QUOTE]You are right.
     
  13. Pastor Larry

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    Bauer Ardnt Gingrich and Danker -- A Greek English Lexicon of the New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature. It is the standard lexical work for NT Greek students. It is something that most KJVOs never look at because it destroys their whole position. </font>[/QUOTE]So is this how your faith in God's perfect word got destroyed.? </font>[/QUOTE]My faith in God's perfect word never got destroyed. My knowledge of Greek has convinced me even more of the perfection and authority of God's word because I no longer have to depend on the word of 17th century Anglicans to find out what God said. I can read it myself. You should try it ...
     
  14. Ed Edwards

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    Amen Brother Pastor Larry -- Preach it [​IMG]

    Never, never try to teach a pig to sing
    ... it wastes your time
    and annoys the pig. :eek:
     
  15. swaimj

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    He can if he eats it in small bytes.

    For good reason Paul said "Beware of dogs".
     
  16. Sherrie

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    Let me borrow a few words from Brother Ed....

    swaimj....now that is funny! [​IMG]

    Sherrie
     
  17. RaptureReady

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    If I had the originals that would be great, but I don't. I have the best thing to it, the King James Bible.
     
  18. Gunther

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    So you are saying that it is better to have the originals instead of the KJV?

    I guess that rules out the KJV for being the perfectly preserved word.

    Nice to see that the KJVO theory never contradicts itself.
     
  19. Forever settled in heaven

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    that's far more honest than other KJBOs who claim that the KJBO 1769 is the divine original. [​IMG]


    something like this comes to mind:
    http://www.post1.com/home/amarillo/revDKJB.htm
     
  20. RaptureReady

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    So you are saying that it is better to have the originals instead of the KJV?

    I guess that rules out the KJV for being the perfectly preserved word.

    Nice to see that the KJVO theory never contradicts itself.
    </font>[/QUOTE]Why do you have to twist what I said? If we had the originals MSS today, it may help to defend what the King James Bible already says. The reason I say "may" is because people like you would find something wrong with the originals.
     
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