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Greek Grammar Beyond the Basics
An Exegetical Syntax of the New Testament
Author: Daniel B. Wallace
Publisher: Galaxie Software
Category: Word Studies

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Highlights

  • Exegetically Significant Examples
  • Semantics and "Semantic Situation"
  • Clear, User-Friendly Definitions
  • Plenty of Examples
  • Grammatical Statistics
  • Charts, Tables, and Graphs
  • Multitude of Syntactical Categories
  • No Discussion of Discourse Analysis
  • Structural Priority
  • Minimal Material on Lexico-Syntactic Categories

Product Details

Greek Grammar Beyond the Basics is the best, most up-to-date, and most popular Greek Grammar available. The principles of grammar are thoroughly explained and easy to understand. One of the greatest strengths of this grammar are the in-depth discussions of the grammatical principles to specific passages throughout the New Testament. As a result, perhaps the most popular feature of the book has been the scripture index which lists all the places in the grammar where a specific passage is discussed or is given as an example of a particular grammatical principle. It's one of the first places you will want to look when studying a passage because you will want to see if the grammar affects your translation and interpretation.

About the Author

Daniel Baird Wallace was born in California in 1952 and graduated from Biola University in 1975 and later attended Dallas Theological Seminary. He graduated in 1979 with a Master of Theology in New Testament Studies. He taught at Dallas Seminary from 1979-81 and afterward at Grace Theological Seminary from 1981-83. In 1995, he earned his Ph.D. from Dallas Theological Seminary where he is currently a professor of New Testament Studies.

Wallace is considered an authority on Koine Greek grammar and New Testament textual criticism among New Testament scholars. He has published largely in these fields and has presented many papers at The Society of Biblical Literature as well as The Evangelical Theological Society conferences.

Wallace published his first edition of Greek Grammar Beyond The Basics in 1996. It has since become a standard work in the field and Two-thirds of schools that teach the subject use the textbook. He also served as senior New Testament editor for the NET Bible and has founded the Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts. The purpose of the institution is to preserve the Greek text of the New Testament by taking digital photographs of all extant Greek New Testament Manuscripts.