New Testament Greek Syntax
The following link study pages serve to explain the syntax identifiers referenced in
An Exegetical Commentary on the Greek New Testament
Greek font: It is necessary to load the legacy TekniaGreek font from Bill Mounce's Greek site to read the Greek text in these notes. For either Mac or PC, go to the Teknia Greek font download page. For a compressed zip file, Mac / PC, go to FontsForWeb.com. For iPhone, iPod, or iPad, the application AnyFont will load and enable a zip download of the TekniaGreek font. TekniaGreek cannot be displayed on android phones or tablets.
New Testament Greek Manuals
A Grammar of the Greek NT in the Light of Historical Research. Robertson, 4th. Ed. New York, Hodder & Stroughton, 1923.
A Greek Grammar of the New Testament, Blass and Debrunner. Trans. Funk. University of Chicago, 1961.
An Exegetical Grammar of the Greek New Testament. W. D. Chamberlain. Macmillan, 1941 - republished Baker.
A Manual Grammar of the Greek New Testament, H.E. Dana and J.R. Mantey. Macmillan 1927.
An Idiom Book of the New Testament Greek. C.F.D. Moule. 2nd. Ed. 1959.
A Grammar of New Testament Greek: Vol III Syntax. Nigel Turner. T&T. Clark. 1963.
A Short Syntax of New Testament Greek, H. P. V. Nunn. Cambridge Uni. Press, 5th ed. 1938.
Grammatical Insights into the New Testament. Nigel Turner. T&T. Clark, 1965.
Going Deeper with New Testament Greek, A. J. Kostenberger, B. Merkle and L. Plummer, B&H Academic, 2017.
Greek Grammar Beyond the Basics. An Exegetical Syntax of the New Testament, Daniel Wallace, Zondervan, 1996.
Idioms of the Greek New Testament, S.E. Porter. Shefield, JSOT Press. 1992.
Syntax of the Moods and Tenses in New Testament Greek, E.D.W. Burton. T&T Clark, 3rd. ed. 1898.
Syntax of New Testament Greek, J.A. Brooks and C.L. Winbery. Washington University Press, 1979.
Students considering purchasing a book on Greek Grammar are probably best to leave the "oldies" behind, although Dana and Mantey's manual is worth having. Brooks and Winbery is a simple beginner, while Porter is good at explaining the workings of Greek Syntax. Wallace is the master of detail in simplicity and there is no other modern manual to challenge his supremacy in this department, but for a user-friendly intermediate manual the work by Kostenberger / Merkle / Plummer is well worth having.
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