Now that I’ve spent considerable time with Advances in the Study of Greek (book announcement here), I’m reporting back to say: It’s awesome.
I have a review submitted for an upcoming issue of Bible Study Magazine.
Two observations that didn’t fit into that review, with one that did:
- Campbell’s writing is good. Compelling, clear, cogent, coherent, etc.
- He has a further reading section after each chapter, and his footnotes point to even more related literature that I already want to check out.
- I didn’t expect there to be as many practical, exegetical examples as there were, but this made me more engaged with the book, and helped me see more explicitly how its contents could better inform my sermon preparation.