Greek I
Basics of biblical Greek
This course presents a study of Koinē Greek grammar and syntax with emphasis on reading and understanding the Greek text of both the New Testament and extrabiblical Koinē literature. This study will help students to appreciate the Koinē Greek of the New Testament and to read Greek as it was written by Greek authors while avoiding the English syntactical approach.
Starting 2, September 2014
Course Learning Outcomes Upon successful completion of this course, you should be able to:  ● Explain the most basic elements of +OiNē Greek—verbs, nouns, articles, adjectives.  ● Read aloud from the Greek New Testament with confidence. ● Translate from the Greek New Testament with the aid of textual glosses. ● Explain the potential importance of several aspects of Greek grammar for interpreting the New Testament. ● Investigate the meaning of Greek words by examining their use in context.  ● Continue studying New Testament Greek in the future. | m.79475618 | t. 21435529 |
But you shall receive power, when the Holy Spirit is come upon you: and you shall be my witnesses both in Jerusalem, and in all Judaea and Samaria, and unto the uttermost part of the earth.