All of us here at Logos (especially Rick Brannan) are thrilled to announce that there is finally a complete Septuagint Greek-English interlinear available to everyone interested in Septuagint research. It took a bit longer than expected, but it’s done!
If you know any of the contributors, thank them for their work! The editing work of Dr. Randall Tan is especially appreciated (Randall, you’re amazing).1 Special thanks go to Dr. David deSilva for organizing the contributor team.2
- Randall Tan received his Ph.D. from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky. His research interests include linguistics, biblical languages, hermeneutics, biblical exegesis, and biblical theology. He is currently serving as a linguist for the Asia Bible Society, editing their Greek and Hebrew Syntactical Treebank Projects. ↩
- David A. deSilva received his Ph.D. in Religion from Emory University with an emphasis on New Testament interpretation, Roman history, and sociology of religion. He is Distinguished Professor of New Testament and Greek at Ashland Theological Seminary, in Ohio. ↩