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The Doctrine of the Greek Article Applied to the Criticism and Illustration of the New Testament, by Thomas Fanshaw Middleton, presents a theory to account for all the usages of the Greek article. Middleton responds to inquiry into the use of the Greek article in the New Testament as a whole. The work calls on the opinions of several grammarians regarding the nature and uses of the article. Middleton then goes on to define the article and explore its uses and anomalies within the New Testament. This volume is excellent for linguistic and biblical scholars who want an in-depth understanding of the uses of the Greek article in New Testament Scripture, and its implications for our study and interpretation.
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Thomas Fanshaw Middleton (1769–1822) was an Anglican bishop. He graduated from Pembroke College, Cambridge, and was ordained in the Church of England. He served in various locations in Great Britain from 1792 to 1814, when he was appointed the first bishop of Calcutta, India. His see covered not only India, but also the entire territory of the East India Company, including Australia. His other achievements include founding Bishop’s College in Calcutta, and becoming a fellow of the Royal Society.