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Handbook to the Grammar of the Greek Testament: Together With Complete Vocabulary, and an Examination of the Chief New Testament Synonyms
by:Samuel G. Green
See also Note to Revised Edition, p. xi. That a knowledge of the New Testament in its original tongue is a thing to be desired by intelligent Christians none will question. Such desire has probably been largely quickened by the appearance of the Revised Version. No book can be thoroughly known in a translation only; and the Bible, although the most...
See also Note to Revised Edition, p. xi. That a knowledge of the New Testament in its original tongue is a thing to be desired by intelligent Christians none will question. Such desire has probably been largely quickened by the appearance of the Revised Version. No book can be thoroughly known in a translation only; and the Bible, although the most translatable of books, is no exception. Many, who would gladly undertake the study, are deterred by the manifold and unquestionable difficulties of the Greek language. It seems worth while to ask whether this obstacle cannot, in some measure, be removed. Undoubtedly, the Greek of the New Testament, as a later dialect of an elaborate and polished language, can most effectively be studied through the medium of the elder forms of the tongue. This method, accordingly, is in general chosen; and the historians and orators, the philosophers and poets of Greece, have led the way to the Evangelists and the Apostles. Yet many persons have no opportunity for studies so extended and difficult. Are they, therefore, to be forbidden all access, save through translators, critics, and interpreters, to the words of the Divine revelation? In attempting to reply, we note that the Greek of Scripture is, for most purposes, a language complete in itself. Its forms and rules are definite, its usages in general precise. Its peculiarities, though best approached from the classic side, may be reached by a shorter way, and be almost as well comprehended. Many circumstances, again, facilitate the special study of the New Testament tongue. The language of orators and philosophers had descended to men of simpler mind and less artificial speech. Comparing the Sacred Volume with Greek literature generally, we find a smaller vocabulary, fewer grammatical forms, less intricate. About the Publisher Forgotten Books
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