A local pastor recently asked me to recommend a reliable Greek guide for working through a New Testament text. He was planning to preach through the text, and while he had plenty of commentaries, even commentaries based on the Greek text, he was looking for something that engaged the Greek more directly. I was thrilled not only that a pastor wanted to stay engaged with the Greek language, but also because I could recommend more than one resource! Indeed, the pastor’s question led me to look closely at three modern series designed to aid readers in engaging with the Greek text, and this review essay is the fruit of that study.
So starts the review I wrote for Books at a Glance, which posted the review of the following three modern Greek guide series: Exegetical Summary Series (Summer Institute of Linguistics), Exegetical Guides to the Greek New Testament (B&H Academic), and Baylor Handbook on the Greek New Testament (Baylor). You can find the review Here.
A downloadable copy is also available for a better format.