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Acknowledgements

The ANALYTIKON team would like to express appreciation to all those who have made this project possible:

The Administration and Staff of
Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary

Dr. Walter C. Kaiser, Jr.
President

Mr. Robert S. Landrebe
Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Drs. Kenneth L. Swetland and Barry H. Corey
Academic Deans

Phillip W. Jackson, Richard P. Jordan, Daniel E. Maranan,
and Jeremiah Snapp

Information Technology and Web Services

The Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning
In Theology and Religion

Drs. Raymond B. Williams and Lucinda Huffaker
Directors

Dr. Paul O. Myhre
Associate Director

Dr. William C. Placher
Chair of the Advisory Committee

Ms. Rita J. Arthur
Coordinator for Grants and Publications


I offer a personal word of thanks to my former colleague and friend

Dr. William D. Mounce

Bill's passion for teaching and learning New Testament Greek, his creativity in the use of technology, his library of language materials, his generosity in making theological educational resources broadly available, and his heart for grassroots ministry have continually challenged and inspired me in my own teaching and ministry.

I am especially grateful for Bill's permission to use his vocabulary database in the ANALYTIKON project, thereby sparing me countless hours of retyping lexical information into the ANALYTIKON databases.

Though the other materials here are my own, anyone who knows Bill and his work will easily discern his influence in my life and teaching, and no doubt in the various pages of this website. Thank you, Bill!

---- Edward M. Keazirian ----


 

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