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Linguistics for Students of New Testament Greek, by David Alan Black

David Alan Black, an experienced teacher of Greek, changes the paradigm. Applying modern linguistic theory, Black shows how many of the so-called irregularities of Greek are actually normal and regular. The book covers the gamut: phonetics, morphology, syntax, semantics, etc.

The New Linguistic and Exegetical Key to the Greek New Testament, by Cleon L. Rodgers Jr., & III

This proven study tool for Greek students, now revised and expanded, enhances understanding of the entire New Testament by providing a verse-by-verse analysis of unusual forms and grammatical and exegetical difficulties.

It's Still Greek To Me, by David Alan Black

An Excellent book for those wishing to brush up on their Greek.

Analytical Greek New Testament, by Barbara & Timothy Freiberg

A magic key to understanding the Greek New Testament! A most useful study companion for students and scholars alike.

Grammar of Greek New Testament in the Light of Historical Research, by A.T. Robertson

This massive yellow tome contains lots of New Testament examples to illustrate every grammatical principal, and the index of scripture citations seems to list a citation for the majority of verses in the New Testament.

Using New Testament Greek in Ministry, by David Alan Black

One of the most practical guides you'll find for preaching sermons faithful to the biblical text. Black prepares exegesis into exposition by explaining how to use the Greek text and Linguistic resources to study the New Testament.

Learn to read New Testament Greek, by David Alan Black

A great book for beginning students of Greek!

Vocabulary of the Greek Testament, by J.H Moulton & G. Milligan

If you want to delve more deeply into the meaning of the New Testament words, this classic reference is a must!