Available again for the first time in many years, Moses Stuart's Grammar of the New Testament Dialect was America's earliest complete Greek grammar. This second edition, published in 1841, represents a marked improvement over the first edition and stands as a landmark in the history of Greek grammars written in the English language.
Moses Stuart (1780-1852) was Professor of Sacred Literature at the Theological Seminary at Andover. A conservative Congregationalist minister who was often in the middle of controversy, Stuart has been called the father of Biblical science in America. He played a major role in the development of post-revolutionary studies in Biblical languages.