Discourse Grammar of the Greek New Testament A Practical Introduction for Teaching and Exegesis

ISBN-10: 1598565834
ISBN-13: 9781598565836
Edition: 2010
Authors: Steven E. Runge
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List price: $49.95
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Hendrickson Publishers Marketing, LLC
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 384
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 1.848

This work provides a cross-linguistic approach to the language of the Greek New Testament.

Credits
Abbreviations
Foreword
Preface
Foundations
Introduction
Choice Implies Meaning
Semantic Meaning versus Pragmatic Effect
Default versus Marked Framework
Prominence and Contrast
Prominence
Contrast
Suggested Reading
Connecting Propositions
Asyndeton (�)
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Introduction to Development Markers
Function of �$$$
Narrative T�
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Suggested Reading
Forward-Pointing Devices
Forward-Pointing Reference and Target
Conventional Explanation
Discourse Explanation
Application
Forward-Pointing Interrogatives
Forward-Pointing Demonstratives
Forward-Pointing Adverbs
Summary
Suggested Reading
Point/Counterpoint Sets
The Use of M$$$v
Conventional Explanation
Discourse Explanation
Application
The Use of Exception or Restriction
Conventional Explanation
Discourse Explanation
Application
The Use of 'A��$$$ to Correct or Replace
Conventional Explanation
Discourse Explanation
Application
Suggested Reading
Metacomments
Conventional Explanation
Discourse Explanation
Application
Forward-Pointing Devices Associated with Metacomments
Redundant Vocatives as Forward-Pointing Devices
Attention-Getters as Forward-Pointing Devices
Summary
Suggested Reading
Historical Present
Conventional Explanation
Discourse Explanation
Application
Discourse-Processing and Segmentation
Discourse-Pragmatic Function/Prominence Marking
Suggested Reading
Redundant Quotative Frames
Conventional Explanation
Discourse Explanation
At Changes in Speaker and Hearer
Within the Same Speaker's Speech
Application
At Changes in Speaker and Hearer
Within the Same Speaker's Speech
Suggested Reading
Tail-Head Linkage
Conventional Explanation
Discourse Explanation
Application
Suggested Reading
Information Structuring Devices
Information Structure
Conventional Explanation
Discourse Explanation
Introduction
Information Structure
Mental Representations
Natural Information Flow
Violating Natural Information Flow and Prominence
Position P2: Emphasis
Position P1: Frames of Reference
Application to English
Information Structure Methodologies and the Broader Field of Linguistics
Suggested Reading
Framing Devices (1)
Topical Frames
Temporal Frames
Spatial Frames
Summary
Framing Devices (2)
Conditional Frames
Comparative Frames
Reason/Result Frames
Summary
Circumstantial Frames
Conventional Explanation
Discourse Explanation
Application
Nominative Circumstantial Frames
Genitive Circumstantial Frames
Dative and Accusative Circumstantial Frames
Adverbial Participles Following the Main Verb
Suggested Reading
Emphasis
Conventional Explanation
Discourse Explanation
Application
Summary
Suggested Reading
Left-Dislocations
Conventional Explanation
Linguistic Explanation
Application
Streamlining the Introduction of New Participants
Processing Function
Discourse-Pragmatic Function
Summary
Suggested Reading
Thematic Highlighting Devices
Overspecification and Right-Dislocation
Conventional Explanation
Discourse Explanation
Thematic Highlighting
Recharacterization
Point-of-View Shifts
Application
Summary
Suggested Reading
Thematic Addition
Conventional Explanation
Discourse Explanation
Application
Suggested Reading
Changed Reference and Thematic Address
Conventional Explanation
Discourse Explanation
Application
Summary
Suggested Reading
Near/Far Distinction
Conventional Explanation
Discourse Explanation
Application
Suggested Reading
Summary
Bibliography

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