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A Grammar of Greek New Testament in the Light of Historical Research

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First published in 1914, A.T. Robertson's Grammar of Greek New Testament is still the pinnacle of Baptist biblical scholarship. A time-proven resource that is an essential part of any Greek New Testament student's library.
Hardcover, 1544 pages
Published October 1st 1947 by B&H Academic (first published June 1st 1947)
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John Kight
Jan 31, 2016 John Kight rated it it was amazing
A. T. Robertson’s magisterial volume on the grammar of the Greek New Testament has been utilized by teachers and students for over a century. Having been revised and expanded twice since it was initially released in 1914 (a second edition in 1915, and a third edition in 1919), A Grammar of the Greek New Testament in Light of Historical Research has firmly stood the test of time because of its comprehensive usefulness and approach to the New Testament language. The fact that Robertson’s work is t ...more
Josh Meares
Apr 22, 2011 Josh Meares rated it really liked it
Important book in my Advanced Greek Grammar class, and for my thesis.
Timothy Nichols
Feb 01, 2016 Timothy Nichols rated it really liked it
Read carefully, and read a lot. More than a few people have used the index, read a few paragraphs, and then quoted Robertson as advocating some view that he was in fact writing a 13-page argument against. The man is long-winded and more obsessed with the history of the language than is strictly necessary -- but very helpful.
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$23 good. Unmarked except for author's name. Tight binding. Dust jacket a bit torn and taped. Boards are clean with no shelf wear.
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Archibald Thomas Robertson was born near Chatham, Virginia, but grew up on a farm in North Carolina. In 1876, he was baptized and began his lifelong loyalty to the Southern Baptist Church. After graduating from Wake Forest College, he enrolled in the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary at Louisville, Kentucky and received the Th.M. in 1888. In 1892 Robertson was appointed professor at Southern B ...more
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