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Discourse analysis and other topics in Biblical Greek / edited by Stanley E. Porter & D.A. Carson.
Sheffield : Sheffield Academic Press, c1995.
227 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
Bible. New Testament
Greek language, Biblical
Porter, Stanley E., 1956-
Carson, D. A. (Donald Arthur), 1946-
Society of Biblical Literature. Meeting (1992 : San Francisco, Calif.)
Society of Biblical Literature. Meeting (1993 : Washington, D.C.)
Journal for the study of the New Testament. Supplement series 113.
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Journal for the study of the New Testament. Supplement series. Studies in New Testament Greek ; 2.
[More in this series]
Journal for the study of the New Testament. Supplement series ; 113
"Papers first delivered at the Society of Biblical Literature annual meetings in 1992 and 1993. These papers were all presentd under the auspices of the Section on Biblical Greek Language and Linguistics."--Preface, p. .
Series statement ("Journal for the study of the New Testament. Supplement series. Studies in New Testament Greek") from preface of series' v. 5 entitled: "Linguistics and the New Testament" edited by Stanley Porter in 1999.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Discourse analysis and New Testament studies: an introductory survey / Stanley E. Porter -- Cohesion shifts and stitches in Philippians / George H. Guthrie -- A discourse study of constituent order and the article in Philippians / Stephen H. Levinsohn -- Identifying theme in the New Testament: insights from discourse analysis / Jeffrey T. Reed -- Discourse analysis and Philippians / Moisés Silva -- How can biblical discourse be analyzed? A response to several attempts / Stanley E. Porter -- On the other topics / D.A. Carson -- Interpreting the language of St. Paul: grammar, modern linguistics and translation theory / Dennis L. Stamps -- On the use of the word pastos [romanized] in Patristic Greek / Eugene N. Lane -- Syntactical background studies to 1 Timothy 2.12 in the New Testament and extrabiblical Greek literature / Andreas J. Köstenberger -- The meaning of Hellēnistēs [romanized] in Acts in light of a diachronic analysis of hellēnizein [romanized] / H. Alan Brehm -- ti oun [romanized]: the inferential question in Paul's Letter to the Romans with a proposed reading of Romans 4.1 / Micheal Palmer.
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