Thank the Lord! The book is done and has been published in Sheffield Phoenix Pressâ€™s New Testament Monographs series. The book is number 14 in the series, and the title is Articular Infinitives in the Greek of the New Testament: On the Exegetical Benefit of Grammatical Precision.As you can tell from the title, this book promises to be a real page-turner. I fully anticipate for my wife and me to be able to retire on the proceeds that I will receive from this blockbuster treatise. This book will likely be the surprise hit of the summer, and I expect it will be flying off book store shelves so fast it will make The Prayer of Jabez look like a backwater snail race. Look out Purpose Driven Life! Here I come!
Seriously though, last year some readers of this blog sent me suggestions for a title that might be more appealing to a broader Christian audience. Here are some of my favorites:
Wildly Infinitive at Heart
Raising Infinitive Kids in a Subjunctive World
Pindar, Thou Art Loosed!
My Big Fat Greek Devotional
Your Best Verb Now: Seven Steps to Exegetical Precision
The Screwtape Infinitive
When Articular Infinitives Happen to Good People
Articular Infinitives and the Women Who Love Them
I Kissed Articular Infinitives Goodbye
Donâ€™t Waste Your Articular Infinitive!
The Pleasures of Articular Infinitives
Desiring Articular Infinitives
Future Articular Infinitives
Alas, I stuck with the boring title.
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