The highly respected word study series expands yet again. These 77 articles range from rasha' ("to be guilty") to shakhan ("to settle, dwell"), including sane' ("to hate") and shubh ("to turn around"). Each provides thorough etymological analysis of Hebrew roots and derivatives within their Semitic, cognate, Septuagintal, New Testament, and extracanonical contexts. 624 pages, hardcover from Eerdmans.
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