A Few More Words (or, Pictures) about the Greek Grammatical Constructs Tool (@Logos)

Thanks to somebody names "James Parks" (hey Jimmy!) there is "Dataset Documentation" to help slower thinking people like myself function with fast moving technology: 

   

 

 

The video that I shared uses "emphatic negation" as the example. But there's quite a bit more. In Park's guide he shows you how to look up Granville Sharp's First Rule, Colwell's Rule, First Class Conditional Sentences, and more. Let's take the First Class Conditional Sentences as an example. In the Bible Search bar I enter the following: {Section <GramCon 1>} and Logos Now does the rest of the work for me:

This is just the beginning of Mark. This is why I said in my previous post that this could be a great tool for people who teach Greek. Imagine trying to explain Granville Sharp's First Rule and all you have to do in order to find all the NT examples is this:

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Suddenly, it's all available to you in seconds. Easy to move from example to example to show students!