Who Says You Have to Attend Seminary to Learn Greek?
Reading the New Testament in its original language is one of the most effective ways to gain a greater understanding of the message of the Bible. Even though Greek is important to preparation for preaching and teaching, many who are called to ministry will not be able to dedicate years of study to master the language. But a lack of mastery of Greek should not exclude us from gleaning important insight and inspiration from reading Scripture in its original language.
Now pastors, Bible study instructors, Sunday school teachers, and serious lay students of the Bible can learn the basics of biblical Greek at their own pace. Greek for Everyone explains how the Greek language works and introduces the Greek alphabet, pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammar, equipping readers to understand the original meaning of the New Testament. By focusing on the takeaways that most impact interpretation, this accessible book provides a working knowledge of biblical Greek for the study of Scripture.
|Publisher:||Baker Publishing Group|
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About the Author
A. Chadwick Thornhill (PhD, Liberty University) is chair of theological studies and assistant professor of apologetics and biblical studies at the Liberty University School of Divinity. He is the author of a number of articles and essays and of the book The Chosen People: Election, Paul and Second Temple Judaism.