First published in 1993, Basics of Biblical Greek is the most popular introduction to the field, used in universities and seminaries around the world. Over 200,000 students have learned biblical Greek under its guidance. Now in its third edition, Basics of Biblical Greek has proven so successful that an entire series of curricula has been developed following its example.
With Basics of Biblical Hebrew and Basics of Biblical Aramaic making a splash in biblical language curricula worldwide, Zondervan’s proven and popular language textbooks continue to transform novices into experts. With everything from study guides to audio vocabulary downloads, covering every skill level from beginner to teacher (including specialized textbooks for re-learners), the Zondervan Biblical Languages Collection is the one-stop product for biblical language teaching and learning through Logos.
Renowned authors and teachers William D. Mounce, Miles V. Van Pelt, Daniel B. Wallace, and Gary D. Pratico pave the way through biblical Greek and Hebrew. With tools for understanding grammar, building vocabulary, and even performing better exegesis and word studies, these experts impart decades of teaching and condense years of learning into materials you can study at your own pace.
Discover nuances in language that were previously inaccessible to you—and get meaning out of it even if you don’t know Greek or Hebrew! With Greek and Hebrew audio readings, interactive workbooks, quick-reference guides, and texts for all levels of Greek, Hebrew, and Aramaic learning, this collection is essential for everyone.
In Logos, you can get more out of your Greek studies. Take all your language textbooks with you in your laptop, tablet, or phone—as you take notes, they sync into our cloud, so you can access them anywhere. Words can be referenced in any number of dictionaries or encyclopedias in your library, allowing you to instantly get a bigger scope of word meaning and usage, and you can even dig deeper and find in which classical Greek texts they appear and follow it to see its context.