- A fine commentary. Unfortunately, the Logos version has consistently substituted Greek χ for κ... This needs to be fixed!
- Three years ago! And this still hasn't been fixed! I've reported typo after typo. Very poor work. I was just starting to write a review pointing this out, but I saw you did. Come on, Logos!
- Don't give up reporting those typos--we'll all benefit eventually! True, there are more than I would prefer, but I live in hope that some day they will be attended to. Remain faithful in the small things... ;-)
- Phonetic values for biblical languages are hard to come by. But there are some interesting studies out there about the probable pronunication of Koine Greek judged by the common spelling errors of the day (done by Randall Buth): https://www.biblicallanguagecenter.com/koine-greek-pronunciation/Koine Greek PronunciationFor a downloadable PDF of this page see Koine Pronunciation 2012. The PDF is workbook size and fits within both A4 and US Letter paper sizes. The PDF also provides a more stable formatting than this web version as it interacts with the settings of users' browsers. Ἡ Κοινὴ Προφορά Koiné Pronunciationwww.biblicallanguagecenter.com