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J. Harold Greenlee holds a Ph.D. in Biblical and Patristic Greek from Harvard, and has worked as a teacher and Greek exegetical consultant for many years with both OMS International and SIL International. He has written numerous books and articles, including five volumes in the Exegetical Summary Series.