Although every grammar of New Testament Greek has a chapter or section on the declension and use of pronouns, the treatment given to pronouns is in many instances inadequate and confusing. Guide to Pronouns in the Greek New Testament is the ideal supplement to any Greek grammar book. Although it presupposes only a very basic knowledge of New Testament Greek grammar, it is recommended that the author's Guide to Nouns in the Greek New Testament is read first to ensure that one has a strong grasp of the principles of declension. The book is organized into eleven parts: introduction to pronouns in general, followed by the declension and use of personal, demonstrative, possessive, reciprocal, reflexive, relative, indefinite, indefinite relative, negative, and interrogative pronouns. It is truly comprehensive, covering all the pronouns in the New Testament. Examples taken directly from the New Testament are provided for each pronoun discussed.
Laurence M. Vance, Ph.D. holds degrees in history, theology, accounting, and economics. The author of fifteen books, he regularly contributes articles and book reviews to both secular and religious periodicals. Dr. Vance is also a member of the Society of Biblical Literature.