This book takes a close look at the style of writing of the various authors of the New Testament. Varying dialects as well as stylistic consistency or inconsistency each aid in making the writing of the New Testament authors unique. This volume concerns itself with grammatical and other linguistic features which distinguish the work of one author from that of another. It attempts to isolate comparative tendencies and differing techniques. Close attention is given to wider categories, such as word order, rhetoric, parallelism and parenthesis. Also, the irregularities in sentence construction which result from Semitic influence will be looked at in order to investigate the ways in which the dialect or variety of Greek found here is distinctive from the mainstream of the language.