The overarching dialectic treated in this work is framed in terms of the familiar ‘synchronic-diachronic’ opposition indicative of […]
Today’s the last day to book accommodations for the Greek Prepositions Workshop. So if you don’t have your […]
This excerpt is from my chapter, “Linguistic issues in Biblical Greek,” in Lexham Methods: Linguistics & Exegesis. It’s published […]
Both contributors to this blog (yes, there actually is more than one — Mike and Rachel Aubrey) are […]
What’s the difference and how do they relate? Pragmatics is a sort of funny thing. On the one hand, […]
I posted a new set of pages here on the website, providing the current table of contents of my wife and I’s in-progress reference grammar.
It’s time we stop pretending that it’s anything more than a pipe dream and start showing the evidence that this project is real, albeit slow in is progress.
We could use help, but we are still examining what that would/could look like and what our needs are.
Take a look, if you’d like: The Grammar.
If you have any questions, feel free to ask in the comments below.
Porter, Stanley. 2015. Linguistic analysis of the Greek New Testament. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academic. This review is […]
I got my hands on this little guy last week: Dirk Geeraerts’ Diachronic Prototype Semantics: A Contribution to […]
“Cognitive models are directly embodied with respect to their content, or else they are systematically linked to directly […]
Our friends and colleagues at Old School Script have released a new edition of their interview series: Scholars in […]