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Linguistic studies generally and New Testament Greek, in particular, are areas of learning that have advanced significantly in recent decades. Students who learned Greek years ago have perhaps heard of these advances but often have not been able to keep up. This new book is intended to fill that gap.
Each chapter, each by a specialist, provides an accessible introduction to one current area of discussion/debate and samples its relevance to biblical studies.
A very helpful contribution.
Table of Contents
Preface: Where Did We Come From? (David Alan Black)
- Linguistic Schools (Stanley E. Porter)
- Aspect and Tense in New Testament Greek (Constantine R. Campbell)
- The Greek Perfect Tense-Form: Understanding its Usage and Meaning (Michael G. Aubrey)
- The Greek Middle Voice: An Important Rediscovery and Implications for Teaching and Exegesis (Jonathan T. Pennington)
- Discourse Analysis: Galatians as a Case Study (Stephen H. Levinsolm)
- Interpreting Constituent Order in New Testament Greek (Stephen E. Runge)
- Living Language Approaches (T. Michael W. Halcomb)
- The Role of Pronunciation in New Testament Greek Studies (Randall Buth)
- Electronic Tools and New Testament Greek (Thomas W. Hudgins)
- An Ideal Beginning Greek Grammar? (Robert L. Plummer)
- Biblical Exegesis and Linguistics: A Prodigal History (Nicholas J. Ellis)
Postscript: Where Do We Go from Here? (Benjamin L. Merkle)
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LINGUISTICS AND NEW TESTAMENT GREEK: KEY ISSUES IN THE CURRENT DEBATE, edited by David Alan Black and Benjamin L. Merkle