Philadelphia 2005 Meeting


Session 1

Theme: Contributions to Hebrew and Greek Lexicography

David Clines, University of Sheffield, Presiding
Gerald Peterman, Moody Bible Institute
Romans 15:26 Eleven Years Later: "Make a Contribution" or "Establish Fellowship"?
Tzvi Novick, Yale University
Pain and Production in Eden: A Hypothesis about 'Isavon
Frederick W. Danker, Christ Seminary
Accountant Paul (30 min)
Regine Hunziker-Rodewald, University of Berne, Switzerland
Kahal, the Shorter Halat: A Hebrew Lexicon Project in Progress
Bernard A. Taylor, Loma Linda University
Semitic Influence on Greek Syntax: The Greek Middle Voice

Session 2

Theme: Domain Theory in Biblical Lexicography and Text Analysis

Randall Tan, Kentucky Christian University, Presiding
James A. Swanson, Logos Research Systems
The Limits of Semantic Domain Lexicography
Reinier de Blois, United Bible Societies and Mekane Yesus Theological Seminary
Semantic Domains for Biblical Greek: Louw and Nida's Framework Evaluated from a Cognitive Perspective
Stanley E. Porter, McMaster Divinity College and Matthew Brook O'Donnell, A _Not Found
'On the Shoulders of Giants' - The Expansion and Application of the Louw-Nida Lexicon
Cynthia Long Westfall, McMaster Divinity College
Blessed be the Ties that Bind: Semantic Domains and Chains in Hebrews 1:1-4:16

Syriac Lexicography

Theme: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Ancient-language Lexicography

Alison Salvesen, University of Oxford, Presiding
James Aitken, University of Reading
Displaying Context in Biblical Lexicons
Anne Thompson, University of Cambridge
John Chadwick’s Lexicographica Graeca. Contributions to the Lexicography of Ancient Greek: A Review of the Lexicographic Principles, Ten Years After
Jo Ann Hackett, Harvard University
On Revising and Updating BDB
Terry Falla, Whitley College, Respondent