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Students often feel burdened by the sheer volume and technicality of books written in the field of linguistics in relation to the New Testament. This accessibly written work offers students the most current discussion of the major issues in Greek and linguistics by leading authorities in the field.

Each chapter provides an overview of a key topic. Featuring an all-star lineup of New Testament Greek scholars, this book examines the latest advancements in New Testament Greek linguistics, making it an ideal intermediate supplemental Greek textbook.

Contents
Preface: Where Did We Come From? David Alan Black
1. Linguistic Schools Stanley E. Porter
2. Aspect and Tense in New Testament Greek Constantine R. Campbell
3. The Greek Perfect Tense-Form: Understanding Its Usage and Meaning Michael G. Aubrey
4. The Greek Middle Voice: An Important Rediscovery and Implications for Teaching and Exegesis Jonathan T. Pennington
5. Discourse Analysis: Galatians as a Case Study Stephen H. Levinsohn
6. Interpreting Constituent Order in Koine Greek Steven E. Runge
7. Living Language Approaches T. Michael W. Halcomb
8. The Role of Pronunciation in New Testament Greek Studies Randall Buth
9. Electronic Tools and New Testament Greek Thomas W. Hudgins
10. An Ideal Beginning Greek Grammar? Robert L. Plummer
11. Biblical Exegesis and Linguistics: A Prodigal History Nicholas J. Ellis
Postscript: Where Do We Go from Here? Benjamin L. Merkle
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Additional information

Weight 550.0 g
Dimensions 229 × 152 × 18 mm
Author(s)

Black, (Author)

Publication Summary

Baker Academic (2020), 288 pages

Published Date

2020

Page Count

288

Language

English

Product Type

Paperback

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