Ephesians: A Handbook on the Greek Text
offers teachers and students a comprehensive guide to the grammar and vocabulary of Ephesians. A perfect supplement to any commentary, this volume’s lexical, analytical, and syntactical analysis is a helpful tool in navigating New Testament literature. William J. Larkin leads students toward both a greater understanding of the Greek text and an appreciation for the textual and rhetorical intricacies not available in English translations.
About the series:
What distinguishes the Baylor Handbooks on the Greek New Testament
from other available resources is the detailed and comprehensive attention paid to the Greek text of the New Testament. Each handbook provides a convenient reference tool that explains the syntax of the biblical text, offers guidance for deciding between competing semantic analyses, deals with text-critical questions that have a significant bearing on how the text is understood, and addresses questions relating to the Greek text that are frequently overlooked or ignored by standard commentaries, all in a succinct and accessible manner.
This product can be purchased individually, or as part of the following set:
Baylor Handbooks on the Greek New Testament (15 Vols.)
Baylor Handbooks on the Greek New Testament and Hebrew Old Testament Set (25 Vols.) - BHGNT & BHHB
"An excellent work, fully informed by semantic, grammatical, and commentary discussion of Ephesians that continues the high quality of this series."
—Peter H. Davids, Visiting Professor of Bible and Applied Theology, Houston Graduate School of Theology
"This book is a worthy addition to the BHGNT series ... The grammatical analysis is comprehensive and informed by contemporary linguistic studies. The literary structure of Ephesians is not neglected, and textual issues are given some attention where deemed necessary."
—Jonathan Kearney, Journal for the Study of the New Testament
"A welcome addition to Baylor’s fine series of handbooks. Linguistically informed and exegetically oriented, Larkin has provided an excellent resource for students, professors, and exegetes."
—Karen H. Jobes, Professor of New Testament Greek and Greek Exegesis, Emerita, Wheaton College and Graduate School
William J. Larkin
(1945–2014) was Emeritus Professor of New Testament and Greek at Columbia International University.