A Grammar of New Testament Greek

A Grammar of New Testament Greek

James Hope Moulton

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The call for a second edition of this work within six or seven months of its first appearance gives me a welcome Opportunity of making a good many corrections and additions, without altering in any way its general plan. Of the scope of these new features I shall have something to say later; at this point I have to explain the title-page, from which certain words have disappeared, not without great reluctance on my part. The statement in the first edition that the book was based on W. F. Moulton's edition of G. B. Winer's Grammar, claimed for it connexion with a work which for thirty — five years had been in constant use among New Testament students in this country and elsewhere. I should hardly have yielded this statement for excision, had not the suggestion come from one whose motives for retaining it are only less strong than my own. Sir John Clark, whose kindness throughout the progress of this work it is a special pleasure to acknowledge on such an opportunity, advised me that misapprehension was fre quently occurring with those whose knowledge of this book was limited to the title. Since the present volume is entirely new, and does not in any way follow the lines of its great predecessor, it seems better to confine the history of the undertaking to the Preface, and take sole responsibility. I have unhappily no means of divining what judgement either Winer or his editor would have passed on my doctrines and it is therefore, perhaps, due to Pietra that I should drop what Pietdt mainly prompted.
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