Acts: A Handbook on the Greek Text

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Baylor University Press, 2003 - Religion - 558 pages
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While the commentary tradition has, with some notable exceptions, shifted away from philology to take up questions of the social values, rhetorical conventions, and narrative strategies, this volume provides the textual, philological, and grammatical essentials to any act of interpretation. By working through this systematically, readers will not only gain a firmer grasp of the peculiar shape of Acts' grammar, but given Acts' length and complexity, they will also become better equipped to approach the other New Testament documents with increased confidence, particularly other narrative literature.
 

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This book is NOT a commentary. It is a guide to the Greek grammar. Most words are parsed, and there are discussions on things that might be unclear. If you have never had any Greek it will be ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
5
Section 3
24
Section 4
63
Section 5
108
Section 6
114
Section 7
131
Section 8
148
Section 25
305
Section 26
308
Section 27
318
Section 28
343
Section 29
348
Section 30
354
Section 31
375
Section 32
382

Section 9
175
Section 10
191
Section 11
202
Section 12
210
Section 13
218
Section 14
228
Section 15
230
Section 16
235
Section 17
237
Section 18
239
Section 19
243
Section 20
257
Section 21
267
Section 22
285
Section 23
290
Section 24
296
Section 33
385
Section 34
398
Section 35
437
Section 36
453
Section 37
472
Section 38
484
Section 39
502
Section 40
507
Section 41
511
Section 42
512
Section 43
535
Section 44
544
Section 45
548
Section 46
549
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Martin M. Culy is an associate professor of New Testament at Briercrest Biblical Seminary.

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