J. Hamblin Smith's Short Notes on the Greek Text of the Acts of the Apostles is a very useful tool for the Greek student who wishes to understand aspects of syntax and Greek linguistics. Although brief, Short Notes on the Greek Text of the Acts of the Apostles should not be overlooked because of its relatively small size. Works of this nature tend to develop more in-depth discussions on grammar, syntax, and other elements of Greek language than a traditional commentary. Smith's work is a must for any Greek student studying the Acts of the Apostles.
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J. Hamblin Smith was Lecturer in Classics at St. Peter's College, Cambridge. He was also author of A Key to Exercise on the Elementary Principles of Latin Prose Composition.