This sophisticated work of Greek grammar and philology is a follow-up to Abbott's monumental work: Johannine Vocabulary. These volumes are part of his six-volume series, Diatessarica.
Book I: Forms and Combinations of Words
Book II: Arrangement, Variation, and Repetition of Words
Arrangement and Variation
Connexion of Sentences
Appendix I: Twofold Meanings and Events
Appendix II: Readings of Codex Vaticanus not Adopted by Westcott and Hort
About the Author
Edwin A. Abbott (1838-1926) took first class honors in classics, mathematics, and theology at St. John's College at the University of Cambridge. The diversity of his academic interests was manifested in his publications. In addition to works in biblical studies, he also published works on Shakespeare, historical theology, a biography of Francis Bacon, and a satirical novel ('Flatland'). He is also the author 'The Fourfold Gospel,' and 'Johannine Vocabulary.'