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Andrew W. Pitts

Andrew W. Pitts has earned degrees in Biblical Studies and Theology and is currently pursing a degree in Biblical Studies with a concentration in New Testament. His research has focused upon the language and literature of the NT and, in particular, the linguistic and grammatical analysis of Hellenistic Greek. His present interests include ancient epistolary theory, linguistic prominence, discourse grammar, verbal aspect theory, voice, and case-relations. He also has a special fascination with John’s Gospel, 1 Peter, and the writings of Paul.

Recent Papers and Presentations

‘Verbal Aspect as a Discourse Prominence Feature in Expositional Literary-types: Ephesians as a Case Study.’ Presented at Far West ETS (April 2005).