Analyzing & Translating New Testament Di
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In this collection of essays, retired UBS translation consultant David J. Clark analyzes the discourse structure of many New Testament writings from the Gospels and epistles. He further discusses the discourse function of displaced vocatives and discourse markers in the speeches of Jesus. In the remaining essays, he wrestles with how Bible translators should handle significant phrases in the Gospels. Throughout the volume, Clark applies his linguistic expertise to the New Testament in order to provide practical assistance to students of the Bible, especially Bible translators.