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Where do I get an explanation of Greek beyond Wheeler's Greek Syntax Notes?

This article applies only to the Advanced Reference Library, which is the only library which contains Wheeler's Greek Syntax Notes.  This article explains the limits of Wheeler and describes some other resources you can use to answer your questions.

For Example ...

  1. Open PC Study Bible
  2. Click on Greek/Hebrew > By Verse > Interlinear Bible - New Testament
  3. Enter  1 Cor 14:22
  4. Click OK.
  5. The Interlinear opens and the first word has the GRAMCORD parsing of CCQ.
  6. Double-click on CCQ
  7. The GRAMCORD parsing window opens, saying:
    Conjunction,
    Coordinating,
    inferential
  8. Double-click on Conjunction
  9. Wheeler's Greek Syntax Notes opens in the right-hand panel and shows the article about Conjunction.
  10. Within that article, double-click on the link for Coordinating
  11. In the resulting article about Coordinating, you will see terms such as disjunctive or inferential.
  12. Explaining these terms goes beyond the current scope of PC Study Bible.  We recommend books by the following authors to further explain Biblical and classical Greek grammar:
  • Mounce
  • Wenham, Pennington, & Young
  • Dana & Mantey
  • Blass & DeBrunner
  • The id number of this entry is 200.

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