The Daily Dose of Greek
My name is Rob Plummer, and I am a New Testament professor at Southern Seminary in Louisville, KY. This website is my feeble effort to provide ongoing accountability to busy pastors to read Greek daily and progress in their ability. Don’t yet have the 2-minute video waiting for you in your Inbox every morning?
The Latest Doses.
Is the negated present imperative used to command someone to STOP an activity in process? Well… sometimes. Watch today’s weekend edition of the Daily Dose of Greek for nuanced discussion of the Greek imperative. https://vimeo.com/152101830
James 3:14 https://vimeo.com/264865877
James 3:13 https://vimeo.com/264865872
What People Say.
Rob Plummer’s Daily Dose of Greek is a great way to keep up your New Testament Greek.John Piper
I am so very grateful that not only is my familiarity with vocabulary and grammar being intensified, but my hunger is being deepened, my nostalgia fed and watered, and the muscular tone of my competence, more finely contoured.Rev'd Canon Dr. Gavin Ashenden