Variations in N.T. Gk.
clayton stirling bartholomew
c.s.bartholomew at worldnet.att.net
Wed Dec 8 14:50:52 EST 1999
David Aune's commentary vol. 1 page CLX has a long treatment of the
language of the Apocalypse. He also has a very long bibliography
including a number of works specifically addressing the language
differences between the Gospel of John and the Apocalypse.
A number of these titles are buried in Journals so you would have to get
your library to "Inter Lib Loan" them for you. I use the expression "
buried in Journals" because for a lot of us non-scholars without access
to a huge library an article in a journal is essentially buried.
If someone on b-greek has the electronic WBC library they might be
willing to "send" you the bibloigraphy which would only be a copyright
violation with a 20 year jail sentence :-))))))))
Clayton Stirling Bartholomew
Three Tree Point
P.O. Box 255 Seahurst WA 98062
>From: smalling at connect.net (Elmer Smalling)
>To: Biblical Greek <b-greek at franklin.oit.unc.edu>
>Subject: Variations in N.T. Gk.
>Date: Tue, Dec 7, 1999, 5:26 PM
> B-Greek List,
> Could someone point me towards a comparison of the Greek
> of John's Gospel vs. the Gk of the Book of Revelation? I
> am interested in the basic nature of the differences -
> semantics (syllable stress),style,vocab, etc.
> Elmer Smalling
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