David Alan Black has combined modern linguistics and Greek grammar into a readable survey of this emerging field of biblical studies. Linguistics has slowly grown in use for the study of biblical text, and Black gives students an idea of how linguistics can be used to improve exegesis. "Curiosity about linguistics and its place in the study of Greek is now too great to be satisfied by the handful of specialized studies written mostly for experts," observes the author. Hence Linguistics for students of NT Greek, now with a new chapter on Discourse Analysis.
David Alan Black teaches regularly at Talbot School of Theology, Fuller Theological Seminary, Simon Greenleaf University, and Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary.
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