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Biblical Greek (Scripta Pontificii Instituti Biblici) [Paperback]

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Pages   185
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 0.75" Width: 6.5" Height: 9.5"
Weight:   0.75 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Jun 1, 1963
Publisher   Loyola Pr
ISBN  8876535543  
EAN  9788876535543  

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A discussion of various points of Greek syntax of the New Testament with constant references to examples from the text. Of interest to all students of New Testament Greek, beginners and specialists.

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A discussion of various points of Greek syntax of the New Testament with constant references to examples from the text. Of interest to all students of New Testament Greek, beginners and specialists.

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Register your artisan biography and upload your photo! Fr. Max Zerwick (1901-1975), a Bavarian, had obtained doctorates in theology at Innsbruck and in classical philology at Vienna when he, too, arrived at Biblical Institute in 1936. As from 1937 he taught biblical Greek. He published here his Vienna thesis Untersuchungen zum Markusstil. Fr. Joseph P. Smith (1912-1964) an Englishman from Lancashire. He had studied classic at London from 1958-1941. He arrived at Biblical Institute in 1947 to do the licentiate in orientalism and obtained it in 1950. From 1951 until 1962 he not only taught the course in textual criticism, thus relieving Fr. Vogt, but also the courses in Armenian and Georgian languages and literatures. His chief publications were, firstly, St. Irenaeus, Proof of the apostolic Teaching (Ancient Christian Wrtiters, 16), Westminster Md - London 1952, which gave the translation of, and a commentary on, the Armenian Text nd, secondly, Biblical Greek, which was published at the Institute and was a reworked translation of Fr. Zerwick's Grammar of New Testament Greek. His field was mainly biblical history and, more precisely, the chronology of the kings of Israel and Juda. At different times he taught Aramaic, Syriac and Arabic.

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Okay, but better options available  Dec 29, 2007
This is an advanced Greek grammar. It is coded to Zerwick's A Grammatical Analysis of the Greek New Testament: Unabridged. The two together make for a nice set.

This is definitely an advanced grammar. Those new to Greek would find it confusing, and even those advanced in Greek might struggle with it as the writing style is difficult. But that is possibly due to it being translated from the Latin.

But it is a thorough grammar, covering all aspect of Greek grammar. And the Greek student can definitely find much of value in this work. However, I personally much prefer Dana and Mantey's Manual Grammar of the Greek New Testament, A (With Index). It is much easier to follow and understand. It was to it that I mainly turned as I was working on my (ALT)Analytical-Literal Translation of the New Testament: Third Edition and on the summary of Greek grammar found in my Companion Volume to the Analytical-Literal Translation: Third Edition. I only rarely referred to either of Zerwick's books.

That said, if you want just one grammar, I would suggest Dana and Mantey. But if you're one to gather as many resources as possible, then Zerwick's two volumes would be good to have on hand.
Coupled with Zerwick's Gram. Analysis it's a great tool  Oct 11, 2005
I was told about this book in 1988. I'm still using it almost every week. For a pastor who tries to study the Greek NT for sermon exegesis weekly, this book gives me a quick way to understand more about textual issues and nuances of meanings that I would normally miss. One can learn a lot over time by referring to this book for 10 minutes or so for each sermon you develop...cherry picking relevant issues that relate to the text you are studying. Find the lesson to focus on in the Grammatical analysis book...then just read and reread the lesson in this book until you see clearly how it applies to your sermon (if it does). That can be done in ten minutes or less for each grammatical lesson related to a paragraph of Greek NT. Often he has 4 to 7 lessons associated with a paragraph! Each lesson varies in length from a couple lines of text to maybe a half page of stuff. References and exampls in the NT are there so you can see clearly what he is talking about. That's a lot of practical Greek training built into a sermon! If you put that into the regular mix of your sermon exegesis, you will find your confidence in things like simple prepositions and the various meanings they can be used for growing by leaps and bounds.

I think every pastor who works in the Greek NT should refer to this book alongside of Grammatical Analysis by Zerwick. Gordon Fee also recommends this book in his NT Exegesis (3rd Edition) which is used in Bible Colleges and Seminaries around the world. If you haven't used this book, you need to start in my view.
Great for advanced students! Not for beginners!  Oct 29, 1998
This book is an excellent discussion of applied grammer. But the reader must already know how to decline nouns and conjugate verbs, and know which cases go with which prepositions. A thoughtful textual study. This book has been chosen by professors at CTS in Ft. Wayne, which is a recommendation all by itself.
Clear and helpful. Keyed to Zerwick's Grammatical Analysis.  Oct 3, 1997
This very slim book has extremely clear, simple explanations. Better yet, it is keyed to a verse-by-verse grammatical analysis which tells you exactly which article to turn to in the grammar when you are looking at a difficult construction in the Bible. Highly recommended. Maximillian Zerwick originally wrote this in Latin, but Joseph Smith translated it into English for those of us who couldn't imagine learning Latin to read a book on Greek. For more reviews on grammars, lexicons, textbooks, and other Greek resources, see "".

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