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Understanding and applying Scripture requires many tools. However, one tool stands above the rest: the biblical languages. Alongside OT Hebrew, biblical Greek is vital for anyone who desires to dig deep into the biblical text, teach it and apply it to the life of the Church. This course introduces the basic grammar, syntax and vocabulary of biblical Greek, preparing the learner to translate, interpret and apply Scripture. Dr Mounce treats the language primarily as a tool for ministry and skillfully minimizes memory work by emphasizing how the language works. Students begin working with the biblical text immediately and find numerous illustrations of the benefits of Greek that will motivate them for this study and for a lifetime of insight.
Legacy CollectionThis course is part of a collection of courses taught by world-class evangelical professors from across the globe on a variety of topics. The lessons are presented on an intermediate to college or seminary level and provide a wealth of information for those who want to dig deeper into their faith. Select courses in the collection are from the Institute of Theological Studies (ITS), which was acquired by Our Daily Bread University.
- Understand the basic grammar and syntax of biblical Greek.
- Know 320 Greek vocabulary words—almost 80% of the total word count of the New Testament.
- Translate many verses of the New Testament and Septuagint.
- Use biblical Greek as a tool for ministry to better communicate God’s Word.
- Utilize commentaries and biblical resources that require knowledge of the Greek language.
- Appreciate the value of the Greek language for Bible study, interpretation, and application to the daily life of faith.
- Apply Greek language studies to future life and ministry.
Overall this was an awesome course.Alan
I used youtube [Mark Shuler] to augment each lecture. I am not very good at learning languages, I did better than I thought I would and I enjoyed the study very much. I will continue studying Biblical Greek until I understand it far better than I do now.James