From the Foreward: Dr. Boyce W. Blackwelder’s book, Light from the Greek New Testament, is a notable contribution toward making the marvelous truths in the New Testament more relevant and understandable to people with little or no knowledge of Greek.
It is scholarly, interesting, practical, and inspiring. Glorious new insights into God’s revelation of himself through the living and written Word are everywhere apparent. It throws a searchlight on passage after passage, and reveals to most readers hitherto unknown depths of beauty and truth. This is especially true as to passages the translations of which disagree or are inadequate.
Dr. Blackwelder demonstrated his ability in scholarship and research when he wrote his Doctor of Theology dissertation on “The Causal Use of Prepositions in the Greek New Testament.” And he has done so again in this volume.—J. R. Mantey, Professor of New Testament, Northern Baptist Theological Seminary
- The Language of the New Testament
- Importance of Grammar for Interpretation
- The Article
- Title: Light from the Greek New Testament
- Author: Boyce W. Blackwelder
- Publisher: Warner Press
- Publication Date: 1958