Robertson's Grammar has long been considered among the top handful of authoritative Greek grammars. For students pursuing in-depth Greek word and grammatical studies, it's indispensable. Hefty hardcover from B&H, 1454 pages.
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Review 1 for A Grammar of the Greek New Testament in the Light of Historical Research
Date:September 29, 2007
J. Chandler Arnett III
Robertson's Grammar is a MUST for anyone wanting to get all they can out of the Greek language. He also gives the great history of the language, which I find particularly interesting. If you're serious about the Greek language for whatever God has called you to do in this life, this book is indispensable.
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Review 2 for A Grammar of the Greek New Testament in the Light of Historical Research
Date:July 2, 2007
Rev. Marcus E. Bowen
This is the best and most comprehensive text on the complete grammar of the Greek New Testament and a must for any serious student. I highly recommend this text to all who want a complete understanding of all the syntax needed to understand the innuendos of the Koine New Testament.