The Greek Perfect Tense

Mike Aubrey works for Logos Bible Software and Wycliffe Bible Translators, and he blogs at Koine-Greek. He wrote the chapter on the Perfect Tense in the book Linguistics and New Testament Greek (see also here). This post mostly summarizes his contribution, which you can also find in draft form at his page. There isContinue reading “The Greek Perfect Tense”

Verbal Aspect in Greek

Constantine Campbell used to teach at Trinity Evangelical, but I guess he doesn’t now. His website says that he “was a professor” and that he now lives in Australia. Anyway, he’s still writing on the New Testament and the Greek language. I’ve previously read his book Advances in the Study of Greek (Zondervan 2015) andContinue reading “Verbal Aspect in Greek”

Love Between Jesus and Peter

I recently received the latest issue of the Bulletin for Biblical Research, and an interesting article, really quite well done, treats the familiar issue arising from John 21:15–17 (“Peter, do you love me”), as to why Jesus uses one Greek word for love (related to agape) while Peter answers with another Greek word for loveContinue reading “Love Between Jesus and Peter”