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In An Introduction to Biblical Greek, John D. Schwandt integrates the rigor of a classic Greek grammar with the fruit of contemporary language learning. The result is a one-stop introduction to New Testament Greek that exhibits sound scholarship in a friendly, approachable manner for students.
The revised edition of this textbook teaches students the basics of the Greek language through 37 short lessons supported by translation and writing exercises from the New Testament. These practical lessons and exercises will help readers grasp Greek grammar and vocabulary as they start to translate the text of the New Testament itself.
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Put your knowledge of Greek into action with Greek Exegesis: 1 John (NT371). In this exegetical course, Dr. John D. Schwandt employs a close reading of the Greek text to do an inductive study of 1 John. After providing an overall introduction to the epistle, Dr. Schwandt walks you passage by passage through a careful grammatical-syntactical analysis of the book.
At each step of the way, he highlights viable optional interpretations and then argues for the interpretation he thinks most apt for John’s context. You’ll come away from this course not only with a better understanding of 1 John but also with tools you can use to study other New Testament books.
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