This succinct and accessible resource will help students of biblical languages gain a better appreciation and understanding of the rules, functions, and terminology of English grammar. Useful for beginners, intermediate, and advanced students this quick reference guide can be used in both Biblical languages courses as well as in exegetical courses and as a resource in writing exegetical papers. Instructors will also benefit from the book as both a refresher in grammatical terms and as an additional resource for helping students define terms.
This handy resource provides:
- Definitions of nearly 100 grammatical terms based on their English usage
- Explanations of how terms are used in Greek and Hebrew
- An easy-to-use quick reference tool for beginner, intermediate, and advanced biblical language students
- A useful aid to exegesis
- Alphabetical organization
About the Author
Kyle Greenwood (PhD, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion) is a former associate professor of Old Testament and Hebrew Language at Colorado Christian University. He currently teaches as associated faculty with Denver Seminary. Greenwood wrote Scripture and Cosmology: Reading the Bible Between the Ancient World and Modern Science and has contributed numerous essays to the field. His second book, Since the Beginning: Interpreting Genesis 1-2 Through the Ages, is forthcoming.