An Analysis of the Attributive Participle and the Relative Clause in the Greek New Testament (Studies in Biblical Greek)

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نام کتاب : An Analysis of the Attributive Participle and the Relative Clause in the Greek New Testament (Studies in Biblical Greek)
عنوان ترجمه شده به فارسی : تحلیلی از جزء اسنادی و بند نسبی در عهد جدید یونانی (مطالعات به زبان یونانی کتاب مقدس)
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ناشر : Peter Lang
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ISBN (شابک) : 9781433135071 , 9781433137914
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Cover\nTable of Contents\nList of Illustrations\nPreface by D. A. Carson\nCopyright Acknowledgments\nAcknowledgments\nList of Abbreviations\nChapter 1: Introduction: An Analysis of the Attributive Participle and the Relative Clause in the Greek New Testament\n The Thesis\n The Restrictive/Nonrestrictive Distinction\n The Current Status of the Question\n Attributive Participle Equivalent to Relative Clause\n Relative Clause\n The Attributive Participle\n Necessity of This Study\n Grammatical Necessity\n Related Fields of Study\n The Plan of the Monograph\n The Methodological Procedure Employed\n The Outcomes\n Notes\n Bibliography\nChapter 2: Restrictivity\n Introduction\n Restrictivity as a Linguistic Category\n Validity of Restrictivity as a Linguistic Category\n Clarification of Terminology\n Restrictivity and the Nature of Antecedents\n Specific Restrictive Strategies\n Restrictive Clauses\n Attributive Participles and Relative Clauses\n Examples of Restrictive Clauses\n Summary of Restrictivity\n Addendum 2-A: Restrictive Modification of Very Specific Substantives\n Notes\n Bibliography\nChapter 3: Restrictive Clauses in the Greek New Testament\n Introduction\n Grammatical Assertions of Restrictive Clauses in the Greek New Testament\n Summary of Previous Grammatical Assertions\n Grammatical Assertions of James W. Voelz\n The Restrictive Attributive Participle in the Greek New Testament\n Noun Phrase Formation Patterns Containing an Attributive Participle\n Summary of the Restrictive Attributive Participle in the Greek New Testament\n The Restrictive Relative Clause in the Greek New Testament\n Relative Clause Formation Patterns\n Types of Subordinate Relative Clauses\n Summary of the Restrictive Relative Clause in the Greek New Testament\n General Tendencies of Restrictive Clauses in the Greek New Testament\n Restrictive Attributive Participles\n Restrictive Relative Clauses\n Summary of Restrictive Clauses in the Greek New Testament\n Notes\n Bibliography\nChapter 4: Nonrestrictivity\n Introduction\n Nonrestrictivity as a Linguistic Category\n Validity of Nonrestrictivity as a Linguistic Category\n Strictly Defining Nonrestrictivity—Negatively and Positively\n Nonrestrictivity and the Nature of Antecedents\n Specific Nonrestrictive Strategies\n Continuum of Nonrestrictivity—Modification to Coordination\n Nonrestrictive Clauses\n Relative Clauses and Attributive Participles\n Examples of Nonrestrictive Clauses\n Summary of Nonrestrictivity\n Notes\n Bibliography\nChapter 5: Nonrestrictivite Clauses in the Greek New Testament\n Introduction\n Grammatical Assertions of Nonrestrictive Clauses in the Greek New Testament\n Summary of Previous Grammatical Assertions\n Grammatical Assertions of James W. Voelz\n The Nonrestrictive Relative Clause in the Greek New Testament\n Relative Clause Formation Patterns\n Types of Subordinate Relative Clauses\n Summary of the Nonrestrictive Relative Clause in the Greek New Testament\n The Nonrestrictive Attributive Participle in the Greek New Testament\n Noun Phrase Formation Patterns Containing an Attributive Participle\n Summary of the Nonrestrictive Attributive Participle in the Greek New Testament\n General Tendencies of Nonrestrictive Clauses in the Greek New Testament\n Nonrestrictive Relative Clauses\n Nonrestrictive Attributive Participles\n Summary of Nonrestrictive Clauses in the Greek New Testament\n Addendum 5-A: Relative Pronoun Agreement\n Notes\n Bibliography\nChapter 6: Final Synthesis, Implications, and Prospects\n Introduction\n The Question of Equivalence\n The Accessibility Hierarchy\n Relativization Strategies\n Relativized Positions\n The Accessibility Hierarchy Defined\n The Accessibility Hierarchy and Specific Languages\n Subject Relative Clauses and Attributive Participles in the Greek New Testament\n General Characteristics\n Subject Relative Clauses\n Attributive Participles\n Summary of Subject Relative Clauses and Attributive Participles\n Illustrative Examples\n Implications for Related Fields of Study\n Exegesis\n Punctuation Practices for Greek New Testament Texts\n Translation Practices of the Greek New Testament\n Summary of Implications\n Prospects for Further Study\n Conclusion\n Notes\n Bibliography\nAppendices\n Appendix One: Participial Constructions in the Greek New Testament\n Appendix Two: Relative Clauses in the Greek New Testament\n Note\nIndex




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