Re: Book explaining sentence diagramming?

From: Kevin W. Woodruff (
Date: Mon Feb 09 1998 - 18:20:52 EST


John Grassmick at Dallas Seminary has a book on diagramming that is probably
the best on the subject that I've seen. it is called _Principles and
Practice of Greek Exegesis_ and is available from the Dallas Seminary bookstore

At 04:17 PM 2/9/98 -0500, you wrote:
>Someone asked me if I could recommend a book that explains
>how to diagram Greek sentences. I believe what is wanted is
>the good old-fashioned kind of diagram that uses lines at
>different angles to make the syntax clear rather than the
>sentence flows that some exegesis teachers and primers
>use (though I think in practice these latter are more useful).
>I drew a blank. Can anyone recommend something?
>James D. Ernest
>Senior editor, academic books, Hendrickson Publishers
>Ph.D. cand., Boston College
>S-MAIL: c/o Hendrickson Publishers, 140 Summit Street,
> P. O. Box 3473, Peabody, MA 01961-3473 USA
>FAX: 978/573-8243 PHONE: 978/573-2243
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