It’s available in print now and sold like hotcakes at ETS & SBL…assuming that hotcakes sell really, really well, that is. Hendrickson reports that it was on par with and perhaps even above the number of copies sold at ETS & SBL for Gordon Fee’s Pauline Christology.
This is the linguistically informed Greek grammar accessible to the philological masses.
Whoever said that grammar wasn’t popular?
I’d review it, but I already did, kind of. I have read through this volume four times on my computer screen and am proud to have been a part of the project.
There is plenty more to come about the conference. I have a lot to say about the conference and the Greek sessions.
All in all it was a fantastic trip.