32 pages--$5.95 (booklet)


Although every grammar of New Testament Greek has a chapter or section on the declension and use of adjectives, the treatment given to adjectives is in many instances inadequate and confusing. Guide to Adjectives in the Greek New Testament is the ideal supplement to any Greek grammar book. Although it presupposes only a very basic knowledge of New Testament Greek grammar, it is recommended that the authorís Guide to Nouns in the Greek New Testament is read first to ensure that one has a strong grasp of the principles of declension. The book is organized into five parts: the declension of adjectives, the use of adjectives, the adjectival use of prepositional phrases, the declension and use of comparative and superlative adjectives, and the declension and use of numerals. It is truly comprehensive, covering the declension of every type of adjective and the special use of certain adjectives. Examples taken directly from the New Testament are provided for each type of adjective discussed.


There are three other booklets in this series: Guide to Nouns in the Greek New Testament, Guide to Prepositions in the Greek New Testament, and Guide to Pronouns in the Greek New Testament. All four booklets may be purchased as a set for $20.

Read a review of the complete set here that appeared in Liturgy, Hymnody, & Pulpit Quarterly Book Review

Read a review of the complete set here that appeared in the Journal of Dispensational Theology

(set of four New Testament Guides)


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