Diagrammatical Analysis, a classic text on outlining Greek and Hebrew sentences by Dr. Lee L. Kantenwein, has been used in hundreds of classrooms over the past several decades by serious students of the Bible.
BMH Books of Winona Lake, Indiana, has just released a new version of the book with professionally-set Greek and Hebrew texts.
The text was developed for a course in “Greek Exegetical Methods” and helps teach an individual follow the grammatical flow in preparing a sermon.
Kantenwein was the dean of student affairs and an associate professor of homiletics at Grace Theological Seminary for 15 years.
He holds a Th.B. from Baptist Bible College, and B.D., Th.M., and Th.D degrees from Grace Theological Seminary. He has participated in the Grace Seminary Holy Lands Seminar, has taught in the Evangelische Theological Society Faculteit, the graduate division of the Belgian Bible Institute, and at the Guyana Bible College in Georgetown, Guyana, South America.
With nearly 30 years of pastoral experience in Pennsylvania and Indiana, Dr. Kantenwein also has taught Hebrew, hermeneutics, and homiletics and has been a member of the Evangelical Theological Society and the Biblical Archaeological Society. He taught in the Bible department at Cedarville University, Cedarville, Ohio, and has taught systematic theology in Grace College’s prison extension ministry since 2000.
This 111-page paperback edition retails for $12.99 and is available in bookstores, online at http://www.bmhbooks.com/, or by calling 1-800-348-2756. The ISBN number is 978-0-88469-150-1.