Book Notice

Articular Infinitives in the Greek of the New TestamentThank the Lord! The book is done and has been published in Sheffield Phoenix Press’s New Testament Monographs series. The book is number 14 in the series, and the title is Articular Infinitives in the Greek of the New Testament: On the Exegetical Benefit of Grammatical Precision.

As you can tell from the title, this book promises to be a real page-turner. I fully anticipate for my wife and me to be able to retire on the proceeds that I will receive from this blockbuster treatise. This book will likely be the surprise hit of the summer, and I expect it will be flying off book store shelves so fast it will make The Prayer of Jabez look like a backwater snail race. Look out Purpose Driven Life! Here I come!

Seriously though, last year some readers of this blog sent me suggestions for a title that might be more appealing to a broader Christian audience. Here are some of my favorites:

Wildly Infinitive at Heart
Raising Infinitive Kids in a Subjunctive World
Pindar, Thou Art Loosed!
My Big Fat Greek Devotional
Your Best Verb Now: Seven Steps to Exegetical Precision
The Screwtape Infinitive
When Articular Infinitives Happen to Good People
Articular Infinitives and the Women Who Love Them
I Kissed Articular Infinitives Goodbye
Don’t Waste Your Articular Infinitive!
The Pleasures of Articular Infinitives
Desiring Articular Infinitives
Future Articular Infinitives

Alas, I stuck with the boring title.

On the off chance that there might be some other Greek egg-heads who read this blog, you can order this book at the following online stores:

Amazon.com

Barnes & Noble

Eisenbrauns

Sheffield Phoenix Press (Publisher)

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10 thoughts on “Book Notice”

  1. haha, I like “When Articular Infinitives Happen to Good People” the best. But actually your current title fits you very well, it’s very ye olde school Puritain..you know how they hade sentences for titles 🙂 Congrats on getting a book published!

  2. Congrats on your first masterpiece! When can we expect to see a book more along the lines of ‘the rapture’?

  3. Denny,

    Congrats on the book! I just ordered my own copy and eagerly look forward to reading it. I am a undergrad Greek major who happens to be in a love/hate relationship with our old friend infinitive. I first came across your Dissertation on proquest dissertation search via my school Library and wanted to download the PDF file. But alas, it was unavailable. But I am much happier with a hardback copy to have and to hold.

    Cliff

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