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Extra resources for A Grammar of New Testament Greek, Volume I: Prolegomena
W e ma y ad d tha t a highl y educated speake r o f standar d English , recognisabl e b y hi s intonation a s hailing fro m London , Edinburgh, or Ne w York, can n o longer thu s b e recognised whe n hi s word s are writte n down. Th e comparison will hel p u s t o realise the impressio n made b y th e travelle r Pau l [°Seep . 243. There i s on e genera l consideratio n which A special NT niust detai n u s a littl e a t th e clos e o f diction ? this introductor y chapter . Thos e wh o hav e studied som e recen t wor k upo n Hellenisti c Greek , suc h a s Blass's brilliant Grammar of N T Greek, will probabl y be led to fee l tha t moder n methods result i n a considerable levellin g of distinctions , grammatical and lexical , on whic h the exegesi s of th e pas t ha s laid grea t stress .
Either , therefore, w e must tak e the earlie r dat e to r Rev , which woul d allow the Apostl e to improv e hi s Gree k b y constant use in a city lik e Ephesu s where his Aramai c would b e useless ; o r w e mus t suppos e that someone (say , the autho r o f J n 21" ) mende d hi s gramma r fo r him throughou t th e Gospe l 10 A GRAMMA R O P NE W TESTAMEN T GREEK . the othe r en d o f the scal e come s the learne d Eabb i o f Tarsus. " himself (Phil 35), and Zahn is no doubt right in inferrin g that h e alway s claimed Aramaic as hi s mothe r tongue.
Th e condition s whic h i n England wer e largel y supplie d b y distance, wer e supplie d i n Greece b y th e mountai n barrier s whic h s o effectivel y cu t off eac h little . Stat e fro m regula r communicatio n wit h it s neighbours—an effect an d a cause at onc e of th e passio n fo r autonomy whic h made of Hellas a heptarch y o f heptarchies . Meanwhile, a stead y proces s wa s going Survival of the on wmc n determine d finally the character Fittest. of literar y Greek . Spart a migh t wi n th e hegemony o f Greec e a t Aegospotami , an d Thebe s wres t i t from he r a t Leuktra .