jwest at Highland.Net
Mon Jul 12 08:03:34 EDT 1999
At 07:55 AM 7/12/99 +0000, you wrote:
>I am preparing for my fall class schedule at Seminary. This is my final
>year and I will be taking my fourth greek class. This class will be an
>independent study of advanced greek grammar. My question is, if you had all
>the time in the world and unlimited resources what question or issue and
>greek grammar would you like to study. I am looking for some fresh ideas
>for my research for this coming year.
Personally I would do a comparison between the present fad of "discourse"
analysis versus the traditional grmmatical analysis method of examining
Greek texts. I would ask which method is the most fruitful for exegesis and
interpretation and which is more accurate in describing the texts as they
are. And I would use sample texts as examples- utilizing discourse
methodologies and traditional historical/grammatical methods.
But thats just me.
(awaiting the fresh onslaught of differeing views) ;-)
Jim West, ThD
email- jwest at highland.net
web page- http://web.infoave.net/~jwest
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