Reading recommendations in NT

From: Rodney J. Decker (
Date: Tue Feb 02 1999 - 13:10:26 EST

I'm compiling a reading list, partly for my own purposes, partly for an
institutional project. The list is intended to indicate a select number of
"classic" or contemporary titles of "penultimate importance"--a collection
of items covering the broad scope of NT studies that any **doctoral student
in NT** should have read by the time he finishes his program. This is not
in the area of specialization, but to be sure that he has read broadly
enough to be aware of the key issues, books, and articles in the field. My
goal is 100 titles (don't laugh! I know there are hundreds that *could* go
on such a list). Although it will includes several areas of study within
the NT field, what 5-10 titles do YOU think ought to be included in the
area of *Greek grammar and syntax*? I'd be happy with just a list of
titles, of if you feel ambitious, a brief blurb as to why would be even
better. (Perhaps I'll ask about other areas later.)



Rodney J. Decker, Th.D. Baptist Bible Seminary
Dept. of NT P.O. Box 800, Clarks Summit, PA 18411
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