From: Kevin W. Woodruff (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Aug 22 1996 - 13:23:25 EDT
Yes, it basically collates the indices for Blass, Debrunner, Funk; Brooks
and Winbery; Dana and Mantey; C.F.D. Moule's Idiom Book; Moulton, Howard
Turner (4 vols); AT. Robertson large Grammar; Robertson and Davis' Short
Grammar; and Zerwick's Biblical Greek. It is indexed by biblical verse
numberign ( e.g. Matthew 1:1)
At 09:50 AM 8/22/96 MST, you wrote:
> Dear Kevin,
> I am not familiar with this "Culmative Index." What exactly does it
> do> Does it refer to various grammars and their page numbers for a
> given subject?
> From: "Kevin W. Woodruff" <email@example.com>
> Date: Wed, 21 Aug 1996 16:10:10 -0400 (EDT)
> Subject: Re: How do I get from the text to the grammar?
> Dear Jonathan. A good tool is a culmative index to greek grammars in
> you can look up your verse and see if any grammar touches on it.
> Two such tools are:
> Owings, Timothy. _A Culmative Index to New Testament Greek
> Rapis: Baker, 1983.
> Hanna, Robert. _A Grammatical Aid to the Greek New Testament. Grand
> Baker, 1983.
> Also, Daniel Wallace's new Greek Grammar: Beyond the Basics is almost
> encyclopedic in nature and will more than likely touch on your
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