Today Rachel and I received word from Faithlife/Logos Bible Software that our book on the grammar and semantics of Greek prepositions in the New Testament is officially available for individual sale, rather than solely in a base package (I think, previously, the cheapest package that it came in was $400).
Logos has priced it at an accessible $25:
Greek Prepositions in the New Testament: A Cognitive-Functional Description by Rachel & Michael Aubrey
We take pains to lay out and explain how abstract and figurative usages of prepositions function as metaphorical extensions of more basic spatial usages with extensive examples that illustrate each usage. You can learn more about how this work came to be and how we went about the research in the four part series I wrote back in 2021
For Part I: Introducing: Greek Prepositions in the New Testament, Pt I (the need)
For Part II: Introducing: Greek Prepositions in the New Testament, Pt II (basic concepts)
For Part III: Greek Prepositions in the New Testament, Pt III (motivating polysemy)
For Part IV: Greek Prepositions in the New Testament, Pt IV (data, analysis, & method)
Even as we continue our research on Greek prepositions for our larger grammar projects, we are quite proud of what we accomplished in this volume. Now that it’s available without requiring the purchase of a larger and more expensive base package, it will also find more use among teachers, students, scholars, pastors, and Bible translators. But don’t take our word for it!