And I love the description:
Singular-Meaning Lexicon and Handbook of the Greek New Testament is divided into two distinct sections. The Lexicon first gives a singular meaning for every NT Greek word. Next, the meaning is discovered by analysis of every occurrence of that word in the NT. Meanings are sifted until a singular meaning is found that adapts in every location of that word. This would be as near as a human could get to the meaning that was in the one mind of God, who is the author. The Handbook includes a treatment on the rare subject of the scriptural history of language. The Grammar section is an attempt to adapt the NT Greek grammar so that it is consistent. Issues like the passive meaning given to the middle voice, imperatival force put on the participial verb forms etc. are discussed.
About the Author
Richard Averitt was an instructor at Carver Bible Institute and College in Atlanta, Georgia. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree with a Greek major, a Master’s degree in Biblical Literature and additional hours of graduate work including Hebrew. A lifetime student of the Greek and Hebrew Bible. He is a widower, blessed with three wonderful children. For his music book the author has been a lifetime flautist, a Craftsman Member of the Piano Technician’s Guild and has directed church choirs. The family is all musically inclined, still using their talents in teaching and partaking in church music.
There’s a review on Amazon. Its a good review, but what scares me is that there were two people who didn’t think it was helpful.
Oh and you can peruse some of the contents on Google Books too.