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New Testament Punctuation
The Greek language has a system of punctuation marks somewhat similar to ours. Originally, this was not so; there was no punctuation, and moreover, the writing was not separated into words. (“The oldest Greek manuscripts had no chapter and verse divisions, no punctuation marks and hence no separation into sentences, and not even any separation between words. All they have are line after line, column after column, page after page, through a whole book of the NT.”)¹
Found only in the New Testament, where a distinction is observed between “Greek” and “Grecian” (q.v.). The former is