From: Paul Dixon - Ladd Hill Bible Church (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Jun 02 1997 - 21:03:11 EDT
The grammars I picked up in order were: Dana and Mantey (2nd yr Greek), AT
Roberton (on my own), BDF (advanced Greek grammar in seminary), others
along the way, then most recently Wallaces's "Beyond the Basics".
My suggestion, if you don't have them yet, is to purchase each somewhat in
the same order.
Paul S. Dixon, Pastor http://users.aol.com/dixonps
Ladd Hill Bible Church "Negative Inference Fallacies" /nif.htm
Wilsonville, Oregon "Evangelism of Christ ..." /evangelism.htm
"Evil Restraint in 2 Thess 2:6" /restrainer.htm
On Mon, 2 Jun 1997 JohnBARACH@aol.com wrote:
> What would be really handy would be a massive index of all the great Greek
> grammars.... Baker published one a while ago with Scripture references,
> which saves all the trouble of looking in the back of every volume on your
> shelf, but it doesn't include Wallace or any of the newer grammars.
> Another question: I've recently graduated from seminary, and my Greek is
> okay but needs work. It was good enough to get me through a 3-hour
> comprehensive (translate 20+ verses and parse a number of verbs), but .... I
> have Dana and Mantey, BDF, and Machen. What (preferably in order of
> importance) should my next purchases be? Wallace? Moulton-Turner?
> Looking forward to responses,
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