New book by Daniel B. Wallace
jweather at yahoo.com
Tue Aug 1 09:58:45 EDT 2000
The 352-page length ("concise"?) makes me wonder how
effective an "abridgement" this book can be.
I was amazed a few years ago to see Zondervan
marketing the bigger Wallace book as a text for
second-year Greek students. The welter of detail,
commendably assembled by Wallace, makes the book
intimidating to students, and that's an
understatement. I won't be surprised if I continue to
assign more pedagogically realistic texts,
recommending Wallace's big book for reference along
with BDF and MHT.
Chair, Biblical Studies Division
Cincinnati Bible College & Seminary
--- Jay Adkins <JAdkins264 at aol.com> wrote:
> On 07/31/00, ""Wieland Willker"
> <willker at chemie.uni-bremen.de>" wrote:
> > Basics of New Testament Syntax, The
> > by Daniel B. Wallace
> > Our Price: $29.99
> > Hardcover - 352 pages (August 1, 2000)
> > Zondervan Publishing House; ISBN: 0310232295
> > This item will be published on August 1, 2000.
> > Best wishes
> > Wieland
> > <><
> > ---------------
> > Wieland Willker, Bremen, Germany
> > mailto:willker at chemie.uni-bremen.de
> According to the CBD catalog this is an abridged
> work of Beyond the
> "A time-saving abridgement of Wallace's
> award-winning Greek Grammar Beyond
> the Basics, this concise edition includes all the
> important data that the
> intermediate students need to know, and reduces
> confusion by eliminating
> minor categories and non-essential discussion. Sure
> to become a new
> standard in Greek reference works! 352 pages,
> hardcover from Zondervan."
> CBD price $20.95
> Sola Gratia,
> Jay Adkins
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