Top positive review
Outstanding Treasurehouse of Information
Reviewed in the United States on April 9, 2021
For the layperson that I am, this reference book has quickly become indispensable for digging deep into Judeo-Christian theology. It thoroughly explores the semantic fields of original-language Greek words and concepts used in the New Testament, as well as their etymological roots in Classical Greek and Old Testament translation from Hebrew to Greek in the Septuagint. One need only have access to either the Goodrick-Kohlenberger or Strong's numbering system of vocabulary words in English (there are cross-reference indices to/from each in the back) to find the word(s) and concept(s) discussed in the lexicon, itself. And, I do mean "discussed." These are not simple dictionary definitions, but thorough essays that go into considerable depth and detail in exploring semantic roots, branches, and off-shoots. There is also a useful Subject Index by general topic, but it is not by vocabulary words per se, and is not exhaustive.
I encourage you to read the editorial reviews here, as well as those by professionals in the various fields of religious studies, as I did before making the purchase, but for the layperson that I am, this outstanding reference book has become a natural cornerstone resource in my library of theological studies. I recommend it highly and without reservation.