Linguistic Analysis of the Greek New Testament: Studies in Tools, Methods, and Practice
:In this volume, a leading expert brings readers up to date on the latest advances in New Testament Greek linguistics. Stanley Porter brings together a number of different studies of the Greek of the New Testament under three headings: texts...
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:In this volume, a leading expert brings readers up to date on the latest advances in New Testament Greek linguistics. Stanley Porter brings together a number of different studies of the Greek of the New Testament under three headings: texts and tools for analysis, approaching analysis, and doing analysis. He deals with a variety of New Testament texts, including the Synoptic Gospels, John, and Paul. This volume distills a senior scholar's expansive writings on various subjects, making it an essential book for scholars of New Testament Greek and a valuable supplemental textbook for New Testament Greek exegesis courses.
Stanley E. Porter (Ph.D., University of Sheffield) is president, dean, and professor of New Testament at McMaster Divinity College, Hamilton, Ontario. He is the author of many books on the New Testament and the editor of more than forty other volumes, including Reading the Gospels Today.
Some of his significant works include Idioms of the Greek New Testament; Paul in Acts; Fundamentals of New Testament Greek; The Criteria for Authenticity in Historical-Jesus Research; The Book of Acts (New International Greek Testament Commentary); The Pastoral Epistles (Baker Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament); Verbal Aspect in the Greek of the New Testament, with Reference to Tense & Mood (Studies in Biblical Greek ; Vol 1) and Romans (Readings: A New Biblical Commentary).
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- :<b>contents<br></b><br>introduction<br><b>part 1: Texts And Tools For Analysis<br></b>1. Who Owns The Greek New Testament? Issues That Promote And Hinder Further Study<br>2. Analyzing The Computer Needs Of New Testament Greek Exegetes<br>3. &quot;on The Shoulders Of Giants&quot;--the Expansion And Application Of The Louw-nida Lexicon<br>4. The Blessings And Curses Of Producing A Lexicon<br><b>part 2: Approaching Analysis<br></b>5. Linguistics And Biblical Interpretation<br>6. A Multi-disciplinary Approach To Exegesis<br>7. Sociolinguistics And New Testament Study<br>8. Discourse Analysis: Introduction And Core Concepts<br>9. The Ideational Metafunction And Register<br>10. Time And Aspect In New Testament Greek: A Response To K.&nbsp;l. Mckay<br>11. Three Arguments Regarding Aspect And Temporality: A Response To Buist Fanning, With An Excursus On Aspectually Vague Verbs<br>12. The Perfect Tense-form And Stative Aspect: The Meaning Of The Greek Perfect Tense-form In The Greek Verbal System<br><b>part 3: Doing Analysis<br></b>13. A Register Analysis Of Mark 13<br>14. The Grammar Of Obedience: Matthew 28:19-20<br>15. Verbal Aspect And Synoptic Relations<br>16. Study Of John's Gospel: New Directions Or The Same Old Paths?<br>17. Method And Means Of Analysis Of The Opponents In The Pauline Letters<br>18. 1 Timothy 2:8: Holy Hands Or Holy Raising?<br>19. Greek Word Order: Is It Still An Unexplored Area?<br>20. Proper Nouns In The New Testament<br>21. Hyponymy And The Trinity<br>indexes