This post is a re-blog of my post at Rolfing Unshelved.
This post is part of a series entitled Key Bible and Theological Reference Tools. This series seeks to provide one with an introduction to some key Biblical and theological reference tools. In this series one will find basic explanations, significant examples, and other information about these reference tools.
Basic Description of Grammar
Biblical grammars provide grammatical and syntactical information on the Biblical languages. Not only do they serve as tools for learning the Biblical languages, but they also function as reference works for those engaging in exegesis of Biblical text in its original languages.
Key Hebrew Grammars
Biblical Hebrew (introductory grammar).
Basics of Biblical Hebrew Grammar (introductory grammar).
An Introduction to Biblical Hebrew Syntax (reference grammar).
A Guide to Biblical Hebrew Syntax (concise syntax reference).
Key Greek Grammars
Greek Grammar Beyond the Basics (reference grammar).
The Basics of New Testament Syntax (abridgement of Greek Grammar Beyond the Basics).
- This post’s information can be found within Rolfing Library’s research guides. See the guide to grammars here.