The Latest Issue of BAGL


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bagl-logoOne of the few journals in biblical studies that focuses on Greek linguistics is Biblical and Ancient Greek Linguistics (another one is Filología Neotestamentaria). The recent issue of BAGL 7 (2018) contains a wide range of articles on Greek linguistics from various linguistics approaches. The volume is a hefty 241 pp. including indexes. The contents are outlined below.

  1. Paul L. Danove, “The Conceptualization of Communication in the New Testament: A Feature Description”
  2. Nicholas P. Lunn, “Categories of Contrast in New Testament Greek”
  3. John J.H. Lee, “Cohesive Harmony Analysis for Ancient Greek: SelPap I:112 and PMich VIII:491 as a Test Case”
  4. Ryder A. Wishart, “Monosemy: A Theoretical Sketch for Biblical Studies”
  5. Stanley E. Porter, “Aspect and Imperatives Once More”
  6. Joseph D. Fantin, “May the Force Be with You: Volition, Direction, and Force: A Communicative Approach to the Imperative Mood”
  7. James D. Dvorak, “‘Evidence that Commands a Verdict’: Determining the Semantics…

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