Learning New Testament Greek Now and Then offers a fresh approach to learning New Testament Greek! This book uses simple tools to help you identify Greek words and their meanings, allowing you to concentrate on Greek language concepts and applying them to passages in the New Testament.
By using this book you will be able to understand your Greek New Testament after a dozen or so lessons, potentially within weeks instead of the months required by traditional methods practiced in colleges around the world.
Learning New Testament Greek Now and Then is a practical, common-sense book designed to help you gain confidence in reading the New Testament in Greek. It is for all people who want to dig a little deeper and better understand the significance of that which is behind the many variations of the English Bible translations.
- Outlines for each lesson
- History of the Greek language
- Easy-to-read charts and paradigms
- Tips for exegesis and preaching
- Numerous appendixes to enhance study
- Complete index
- Title: Learning New Testament Greek Now and Then
- Author: David M. Parker
- Publisher: Sydney College of Divinity
- Publication Date: 2008
- Pages: 140
About David Parker
David Parker (Th.D., Sydney College of Divinity) is head of New Testament Studies at Southern Cross College, Sydney. He is an ordained minister with the Assemblies of God in Australia and active in itinerant weekend and conference ministry around Australia and overseas. He is married to Ruth and they have three children, Michelle, Elizabeth, and Philip, and six grandchildren. David enjoys computer programming and walking on the beach with Ruth at their family home.