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on March 21, 2016
If you want the complexities of New Testament Greek grammar broken down and explained in clear terms, look no further than this. Good research and simple words that a simple scholar like me enjoys. Grammars like Robertson just blow me away because the language is too elevated. My only problem with Wallace is that sometimes he makes theological truths based solely on the grammar. While very helpful and interesting, it reminds one to have a good commentary on hand when preparing sermons or Bible studies so as not to be mislead by Wallace's personal opinion. Sometimes there are more than one way to understand an exegetical open question which Wallace does not always show. But still a great resource to help one understand what the Greek is saying without relying on an English translation.
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on March 3, 2016
GREAT
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on February 5, 2016
good enough.
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on January 15, 2016
Amazing book, and amazing people. 100% recomended.
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on December 20, 2015
Wallace is, hands down, the best intermediate Greek grammar available. Its closest rival is Dana & Mantey. Wallace is much more thorough and up to date. I have both, but for exegesis, Wallace is indispensable. BDF is the standard advanced grammar, but nowhere as useful as Wallace. Good luck fiding what you need in BDF!
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on December 12, 2015
The grammar is itself quite useful and clearly enough written, and serves well in that purpose. If Wallace had stuck to that task, this review might have been five stars. However, its weakness is in the fact that Dr. Wallace cannot seem to remain objective in merely sticking to an "exegetical" syntax of the New Testament, and has also littered the book with textual critical notes, some of which are of inferior, inaccurate or misleading quality and are often mentioned for no other apparent reason then to air his own personal bias or opinion. This is a minor annoyance over all, except it becomes problematic where a variant exists and he resorts to spurious grammatical rules to account for it. In that respect, buyer beware.
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on December 3, 2015
Invaluable resource.
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on November 5, 2015
Great book.
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on October 5, 2015
Excellent, clear, thorough, easily accessible information, extremely helpful for exegesis
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on October 4, 2015
WAY WAY WAY Better than the abridged version. Students NEED this version over the other abridged copy. The added explanations and examples are incredibly helpful and useful in learning greek exegesis.
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