Moulton's Grammar of New Testament Greek
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Now updated in a five-volume set this classic grammar of New Testament Greek, begun in 1906 by James Hope Moulton and completed by William Francis Howard, and Nigel Turner, and the supplementary volume by Moulton's father supplied with it, cover every aspect of the Greek language in the New Testament. With thought-provoking analysis and a multitude of invaluable charts and indices it continues to act as an invaluable resource for advanced students of New Testament Greek today. Each of the four volumes, and the 'Winer-Moulton' volume also included, features a lengthy critical introduction and bibliography by Stanley E. Porter, one of the leading scholars of New Testament Greek, who provides critical reflection on the style and approach used in this classic work, as well as a discussion of developments in the study of New Testament Greek over the last 40 years. Volume 1: The Prolegomena introduces foundational premises upon which the subsequent three volumes build, providing a sketch of the language of the New Testament. Volume 2: Accidence and Word-Formation deals with three essential components of New Testament Greek: sounds and writing, accidence (word inflection, noun declension, and verb conjugation), and word formation. Volume 3: Syntax focuses on the construction of a sentence. Divided into two parts, it begins with a detailed discussion of nouns, adjectives, verbs and pronouns, to give the reader a clear and comprehensive understanding of the individual elements making up the language. Part Two concerns the complete sentence and its syntax, featuring sections on the ordinary simple sentence and its construction. Volume 4: Style examines the diverse styles of writing exhibited by each author of the New Testament. It explores the grammatical and other linguistic features which distinguish the work of one author from that of another, attempting to isolate and identify varying techniques. A Treatise on the Grammar of New Testament Greek is a classic work on the use of Greek in exegesis.