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The grammatical analysis in the Analytical Greek New Testament is both traditional and innovative, both transparent and opaque. The explanatory comments are intended to open for scrutiny the assumptions that underlie the analysis, are as valuable as the analysis itself. One need only know as much Greek grammar as is taught in an introductory course in order to understand this discussion. The material has been thoroughly outlined, and this outline appears separately above, to enable the reader to locate and consult a specific point as quickly as possible.
Those who contributed to the initial analysis, as well as those who helped check it, are scholars in their own right, whose work reflects years of experience with the Greek text. In the course of their work on this analysis, they have drawn on such standard scholarly works as the following: Concordance to the Greek Testament by Moulton, Geden, and Moulton; Greek Grammar of the New Testament by Blass, Debrunner, and Funk; A Grammar of the Greek New Testament by Robertson; Greek Grammar by Smyth; Greek-English Lexicon by Liddell, Scott, and Jones; A Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament by Bauer, Arndt, Gingrich, and Danker; and The Vocabulary of the Greek New Testament by Moulton and Milligan. References will be made to some of these volumes.
Scope of the analysis
Simple Tags in the Analysis
Complex Tags in the Analysis
The Analysis of Nouns and Pronouns
The Analysis of Verbs
The Analysis of Adverbs
The Analysis of Adjectives
The Analysis of Determiners (Definite Articles)
The Analysis of Prepositions
The Analysis of Conjunctions
The Analysis of Particles