Introduction to Exegesis



“Dr. Robert Thomas has written this very powerful introduction to exegesis. True biblical understanding and interpretation lies in solid biblical exegesis. This significant work goes to the very heart of the matter beginning with a very accurate meaning of biblical exegesis. Dr. Thomas takes the reader through a very systematic study of the grammatical-historical method. This book is highly recommended for any student of the Greek New Testament.”

David Olander, Ph.D, Th.D, Professor of Biblical Languages at Tyndale Theological Seminary & Biblical Institute (Ft. Worth, TX).

This wonderful resource includes a great deal of Greek Grammar content and includes the page numbers of, . . . “the work by H. E. Dana and Julius R. Mantey, A Manual Grammar of New Testament Greek (New York: Macmillan, 1957). . .” so it can be used side by side.

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Robert L. Thomas (Th.D., Dallas Theological Seminary), Professor Emeritus of New Testament at The Master’s Seminary. Among other works, he is general editor of The New American Standard Exhaustive Concordance, editor of A Harmony of the Gospels (NASB), and author of Revelation 1–7 and Revelation 8–22, An Exegetical Commentary.