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October 1975 · Vol. 4 No. 4 · p. 391 

Book Review

A Parsing Guide to the Greek New Testament

Nathan E. Han. Scottdale, PA: Herald, 1971. 479 pages.

Reviewed by Howard J. Loewen

Following the New Testament canonical order, Han provides a convenient verse by verse, chapter by chapter, listing and parsing of all the verbal forms occurring in the Greek New Testament. For those who have a basic knowledge of New Testament Greek and who seriously want to work their way through some of the intricacies of the New Testament text, this book is one of the most useful aids available. Neither the cost of the book nor the occasional error in parsing should prevent any student of New Testament Greek from obtaining it—except those who ought to be learning their principal parts and conjugations.

Howard Loewen
Mennonite Brethren Bible College

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