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From Textbook to TextStudents who have completed their first year studying biblical Greek face a daunting challenge when they try to use their knowledge to translate and exegete the New Testament itself. Philippians: A Greek Student's Intermediate Reader is designed to help these students bridge the gap between the formulaic translation exercises found in grammars and the authentic text of the Greek New Testament. Students (and former students) can reinforce their knowledge of intermediate grammar while they translate a book of the New Testament. This reader provides:• the UBS4 Greek text of Philippians• an original English translation• an analysis of the morphology, structure, and meaning of the epistle's key words and phrases• callout boxes that introduce intermediate grammatical concepts with clear definitions and examples in Greek and English• a concise overview of New Testament syntax• a glossary of grammatical terms
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|Publisher:||Baker Publishing Group|
|Product dimensions:||6.90(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Jerry Sumney is professor of biblical studies at Lexington Theological Seminary. His other publications include Identifying Paul's Opponents, Servants of Satan, False Brothers, and Other Pauline Opponents and Preaching Apocalyptic Texts.