Biblical and Ancient Greek Linguistics 11 (2022–2023) has been posted at here ( As always, the journal is free to read, and its contents are made available in their final type-set form.

Articles published in this volume:

  • “A Methodological Proposal for New Testament Discourse Analysis: Rhetorical Structure Theory and its Application to John 8:31–59,” Yan Ma, Canadian Chinese School of Theology, Toronto, Canada
  • “A Textual-Critical Study of Luke and Verbal Aspect,” Hojoon J. Ahn, Sungkyul University, Anyang-si, South Korea
  • “A Natural Language Approach to Koine Greek Exegesis,” Stanley E. Porter, McMaster Divinity College, Hamilton, Canada
  • “If You Can’t Read, You Can’t Exegete: The Importance of Reading Skills for Greek Exegesis,” Martin M. Culy, Cypress Hills Ministries
  • “Considering the Constraints of Context in the Exegetical Process,” James D. Dvorak, McMaster Divinity College, Hamilton, Canada

We are grateful to these authors for their patience, and we look forward to publishing more linguistic research in future volumes.


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