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5 Stars Out Of 5
Used by Greek Professor . . . Good enough for me!
June 11, 2011
This Grammer of the Greek New Testament was used by the Greek Professor of Moody. Kenneth Wuest sites this specific work in his Greek Word Studies set. If it is good enough for Wuest, it is good enough for me. Take a look at Granville Sharp's rule on page 147. You are going to love that content, and enjoy the study where it is used in the New Testament!
This was my text book whiil I was in seminary about 40 years ago. I have charish this manual because it provides the basis to understand Grreek grammar and so we can understand what the Bibliclal writers were declaring. However, the value of the book depends upon the reader as to whether they will take time to stiudy Greek grammar. I found the manual straight ward and fairly easy to comprehend. I would higly recommend this book to one who desires to understand Greek grammar.
I have the MacMillan, but, according to the views provided, this one is identical to the one I bought 20 years ago. It provides good basic information on Koine Greek nouns, verbs, and other parts of speech. D&M's work on the cases is golden. Not as much info as ATR's book, but good nonetheless.
I happened to walk into the local mission where they provide free books. I came across this book and was amazed to see it there. I grabbed it and ever since I have been teaching myself Greek. It's been a week and the Greek words are becoming easy to read and understand. I also found Sakae Kubo's "A readers Greek-English LExicon" and "Interlinear Greek-English New Testament by Nestle Aland and Marshall. Whats cool is that it is interlineared with the KJV and not the RSV. I grabbed them to! This book is highly recommended.