New Testament Greek Grammar
Learning Greek vocabulary is relatively easy. The real challenge in reading Greek lies in learning Greek grammar. Greek syntax refers to the relationship of words and phrases within sentences. The more students understand the syntactic structure of the writings in the New Testament, the more they can absorb and explain the life-changing message of the Bible. This course is designed as a follow-up to Intro to New Testament Greek that takes students to a new level of improving their reading skills. There will be weekly homework, in-depth reviews of introductory lessons, and steady, slow guidance from the professor.
Key Questions To Be Explored:
What linguistic features do we find in New Testament Greek?
Why is it so important to analyze the grammar of the New Testament?
How does biblical exegesis inform biblical theology?
What are the benefits of reading Scripture with a historical grammatical approach?