Greek Enchiridion : A Concise Handbook of Grammar for Translation and Exegesisby William Graham MacDonald
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"Enchiridion" literally means "in one's own hand"--thus "handbook" or "manual." No term better suits this concise but thorough handbook of Greek grammar and syntax: a compact summary of grammatical and exegetical "supports" for anyone who has an introductory knowledge of New Testament Greek and is ready to work at translation and exegesis.
Designed for both deductive and inductive study and employing an easily accessible format, the Greek Enchiridion is a ready and practical reference tool. Its wealth of scriptural examples and the abundance of paradigms and charts makes it the ideal aid for quickly locating the answer to a variety of grammatical questions ranging from the complexities of the language's case system and use of articles to the intricacies and idiosyncrasies of its verbal system. A "verb bank" of principal parts provides a quick parsing guide for many verbs as well as being a useful tool for building one's vocabulary.
Thoroughly indexed for ease of use in looking up material about which one is uncertain, the Enchiridion will prove an invaluable resource for the "student" of Greek wishing to better understand the language and the Scriptures.
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