BIBLICAL GREEK

Want to learn Greek? Here’s my advice:

(1) Procure a copy of Alfred Marshall’s Interlinear Greek-English New Testament. The book contains both the Greek text and the English translation below it. Greatly helps facilitate learning of the Greek New Testament, the Greek grammar, the grammatical functions, the tenses and the meaning of each word.

(2) Get a copy of The New Linguistic and Exegetical Key to the Greek New Testament, by Cleon Rogers Jr. and Cleon Rogers III. Important Greek words are defined and  identified by their cases, their voices, their moods, their tenses, and their functions. A great companion to Alfred Marshall’s.

(3) Procure a copy of New Testament Greek for Beginners, by J. Gresham Machen, or any other. This is necessary if you want to acquire the skill in Greek grammar and vocabularies to help you translate, do some exegesis, or  to make expository sermons and Bible study lessons.

(4) Get a copy too of Bauer, Arndt, Gingrich and Danker’s A Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature. This  monumental work is actually a dictionary of  almost every Greek word you can find in your Greek New Testament and other relevant ancient literature.

And to facilitate more information as you read and learn Greek, download copies of my PowerPoint lessons on Greek Grammar for FREE here.

We advise you too to visit this page always and keep abreast with the additions and updates.

WHY STUDY THE LANGUAGE OF HOMER

THE PRESENT ACTIVE INDICATIVE INDICATES WHAT

1 PRESENT ACTIVE INDICATIVE

1a. PRESENT ACTIVE INDICATIVE (updated 11/03/2009)

2 SECOND DECLENSION

3 FIRST DECLENSION (updated 11/03/2009)

4 GREEK PREPOSITIONS

5 NOMINATIVE CASE (updated 11/03/2009)

6 GENITIVE CASE

7 DATIVE CASE (under construction)

8 ACCUSATIVE CASE (under construction)

9 VOCATIVE CASE (under construction)

10 GREEK GRAMMAR (updated 11/03/2009)

11 GREEK VERBS

12 GREEK PARTICIPLES

13 ADVANCED EXPLANATION OF GREEK VERB TENSES

14 GREEK NOUNS

15 GREEK PRONOUNS (under construction)

16 GREEK ADJECTIVES (updated 11/04/2009)

17 GREEK ADVERBS (under construction)

18 GREEK CONJUNCTIONS

19 INTERJECTIONS (under construction)

20 CONDITIONAL SENTENCES

21 THE IMPORTANCE OF WORD ORDER

22 MORPHOLOGY, CLAUSE, PHRASE, PERIPHRASIS

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