Fundamentals of New Testament Greek

Fundamentals of New Testament Greek This Extremely Useful Volume Is A Comprehensive Introduction To The Grammar And Vocabulary Of The Greek Of The New Testament, With Extensive Paradigms, Examples, And Explanations Porter, Reed, And O Donnell S Fundamentals Of New Testament Greek Makes Use Of Pedagogically Sound And Linguistically Informed Language Instruction Techniques To Provide The Most Effective Textbook Possible The Book Introduces The Individual Elements Of The Greek Language According To Their Frequency Of Use In The New Testament So As To Reinforce In Students The Elements That They Will Most Often Encounter Every Grammatical Element Is Explained In Sufficient Detail Including Illustrative Examples And Is Accompanied By Useful Information To Describe Its Composition And Analysis The Authors Also Include Complete Paradigms With Plenty Of Examples, And Significant Vocabulary Is Introduced Throughout The Course Of The Volume Students Who Complete This Text Can Engage In Serious Reading, Translation, And Understanding Of The Greek New Testament, Moving Directly Into Greek Exegesis Courses And Advanced Greek Language Courses Fundamentals Of New Testament Greek First Year Will Prove Invaluable For Gaining A Thorough Foundational Understanding Of New Testament Greek It Is Bound To Be A Standard Text For Years To Come

Stanley E Porter PhD, University of Sheffield is president, dean, and professor of New Testament, and Roy A Hope Chair in Christian Wolrdview at McMaster Divinity College in Hamilton, Ontario He has authored or edited dozens of books, including How We Got the New Testament and Fundamentals of New Testament Greek.

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  • Hardcover
  • 492 pages
  • Fundamentals of New Testament Greek
  • Stanley E. Porter
  • English
  • 21 May 2019
  • 9780802828279

10 thoughts on “Fundamentals of New Testament Greek

  1. says:

    Great grammar for Koin greek, but probably too much for first year students to learn I have not read or used the workbook so I can t say how Porter gets the students to put his ideas into practice Not completely convinced of Porter s ideas of aspect Sometimes I think it is just word games, for example he calls the imperfect tense form verb the remote form of the present tense form verb Certainly the past is remote, but he can t say that since he does not believe verbs communicate time, only aspect Those who hold to this idea about the greek verb can t really explain why only in the indicative the aorist and imperfect has the augment, and why the future seems to fall outside their model But on the otherhand their model works when the standard model of time of greek verbs fail when things like aorists and perfects appear when expecting past or present verbs.

  2. says:

    Definitely a academic treatment than Mounce s Basics of Biblical Greek So far I have preferred Mounce s style.

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