Grammarians and Linguists studying Greek

I’ve been following an ongoing discussion between Steve Runge, Rod Decker, and Dan Wallace over at Steve’s blog. I think the discussion has come to a conclusion, but it was probably one of the best conversations about Greek grammar that I’ve read for some time.

“Seeing” them talk really encourages me about the way forward for Greek Grammar and the potential for linguists and grammarians to work together in the study of Hellenistic Greek. Its a partnership that I hope I can be a part of as my own “career” as a student of the Greek language continues to develop.

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