The link list on the Greek resources page has been updated and expanded to include some additional, online resources for studying New Testament Greek and the Greek New Testament.
That’s a nice list.
I like your bookshelf too – though in the Greek section, I’d make Porter less of a priority and get some Levinsohn – and maybe some dead grammarians too.
I just found your blog and look forward to reading more of your posts.
Thanks so much, Mike, and I completely agree about the “dead grammarians.” I look forward to seeing more of your comments.
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