Easley’s inspiration for this book comes in a recommendation written several centuries ago from Martin Luther who said, “Languages are the sheath which hides the Sword of the Spirit…so although the faith of the gospel may be proclaimed by a preacher without the knowledge of the languages, the preaching will be feeble and ineffective. But where the languages are studied, the proclamation will be fresh and powerful, the Scriptures will be searched, and a faith will be constantly rediscovered through ever new words and deeds.” User-Friendly Greek is designed to help students and ministers bridge the gap between learning New Testament Greek and applying that knowledge as they study, preach, and teach from the New Testament. It is a practical resource, filled with useful summary tables and charts, and a great complement to the Greek Testament.
- Title: User-Friendly Greek: A Common Sense Approach to the Greek New Testament
- Author: Kendell H. Easley
- Publisher: Broadman and Holman
- Publication Date: 1994
- Pages: 175
About Kendell H. Easley
Kendell H. Easley served as a professor of New Testament and Greek at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and Baylor University, where he was Chairman of the Religion Department. He is the author of Worthy is the Lamb.