Learning Greek is a difficult task, and the payoff may not be readily apparent. To demonstrate the insight that knowing Greek grammar can bring, Benjamin Merkle summarizes 35 key Greek grammatical issues and their significance for interpreting the New Testament. This book is perfect for students looking to apply the Greek they have worked so hard to learn as well as for past students who wish to review their Greek.
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About the Author
Benjamin L. Merkle (PhD, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is professor of New Testament and Greek at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, North Carolina. He is coauthor of Going Deeper with New Testament Greek and Greek for Life.
Table of Contents
ContentsIntroduction1. Koine GreekMatthew 18:82. Textual CriticismRomans 5:13. Nominative CaseJohn 1:14. Vocative CaseEphesians 5:21-225. Genitive Case1 Timothy 3:66. Dative CaseEphesians 5:187. Accusative CaseRomans 10:98. The Article1 Timothy 3:29. The Granville Sharp RuleTitus 2:1310. Colwell's Canon1 Timothy 6:1011. Adjectives2 Timothy 3:1612. Verbal AspectMatthew 16:2413. Present Indicatives1 John 3:614. Imperfect IndicativesGalatians 1:1315. Future IndicativesMatthew 4:416. Aorist IndicativesEphesians 4:2017. Perfect and Pluperfect IndicativesJohn 19:3018. Subjunctive MoodHebrews 13:519. Imperative MoodMatthew 6:1120. Optative Mood1 Corinthians 6:1521. Adverbial Participles1 Peter 5:6-722. Verbal ParticiplesMatthew 28:1923. Periphrastic ParticiplesMatthew 18:1824. Infinitives1 Timothy 6:17-1825. PronounsLuke 16:19-2026. PrepositionsEphesians 4:1227. AdverbsRomans 11:2628. Conjunctions and ParticlesPhilippians 2:12-1329. Conditional SentencesColossians 1:2330. Figures of SpeechMatthew 5:1331. ContextPhilippians 4:1332. Word StudiesEphesians 1:1033. Exegetical FallaciesJohn 21:15-1734. Discourse AnalysisHebrews 1:4-535. DiagrammingHebrews 6:4-6Index