Learning Greek is one thing. Retaining it and using it in preaching, teaching, and ministry is another. In this volume, two master teachers with nearly forty years of combined teaching experience inspire readers to learn, retain, and use Greek for ministry, setting them on a lifelong journey of reading and loving the Greek New Testament. Buy on Amazon.
From their decades of combined teaching experience, Benjamin L. Merkle and Robert L. Plummer have produced an ideal resource for novice Greek students to not only learn the language but also kindle a passion for reading the Greek New Testament. Designed for those new to Greek, Beginning with New Testament Greek is a user-friendly textbook for elementary Greek courses at the college or seminary level. Buy on Amazon.
The Exegetical Guide to the Greek New Testament (EGGNT) closes the gap between the Greek text and the available lexical and grammatical tools, providing all the necessary information for greater understanding of the text. The series makes interpreting any given New Testament book easier, especially for those who are hard pressed for time but want to preach or teach with accuracy and authority. Buy on Amazon
Recently featured in a Weekend Edition video. In Always Reforming, leading Lutheran, Reformed, and Baptist scholars explore Martin Luther as an interpreter of Scripture. The contributors elucidate central themes of Luther’s approach to Scripture, place him within contemporary dialogue, and suggest how he might reform biblical studies. By retrieving Luther’s voice for the conversations of today, the contributors embody a spirit that is always reforming. Buy on Amazon
- DDG Accountability Sheet
- GreekTenseFormChoice (Baugh)
- DeeperGreek website
- Bill Mounce
- Scripture Tools for Every Person (STEP)
- Louw-Nida Lexicon
- Steve Runge’s blog
- Rodney Decker’s Resource page
- NT Gateway Greek Sources (Mark Goodacre)
- Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts (Dan Wallace)
- Latin Per Diem (“Daily Latin Lessons in 4-minutes or less” by Dr. David C. Noe)
- Freebies for Students of NT Greek (Marg Mowczko)
- Free Greek Flashcard Sets on Memrise
- New Testament Greek for Laymen by Michael Merritt
In a recent Saturday feature, Dr. Plummer reviewed the new Tyndale House edition of the Greek New Testament (THGNT) – which is available in both the original and reader’s edition formats (published by Crossway). Is the THGNT more like a Pepsi cola or an Oreo cookie? Watch the video to find out what this question even means.
From their decades of combined teaching experience, Andreas J. Köstenberger, Benjamin L. Merkle, and Robert L. Plummer have produced an ideal resource enabling students to improve their skills so they may properly read, exegete, and apply the Greek New Testament. Designed for those with a basic knowledge of Greek, Going Deeper with New Testament Greek is a user-friendly textbook for intermediate Greek courses at the college or seminary level. Buy on Amazon.
Learning Greek is a difficult task, and the payoff may not be readily apparent. To demonstrate the insight that knowing Greek grammar can bring, Benjamin Merkle summarizes 35 key Greek grammatical issues and their significance for interpreting the New Testament. This book is perfect for students looking to apply the Greek they have worked so hard to learn as well as for past students who wish to review their Greek. Buy on Amazon
The Handy Guide to Difficult and Irregular Greek Verbs is a learning aid especially for those transitioning from beginning courses in Greek to regular reading of the New Testament. This resource helps students learn those irregular Greek forms that are otherwise difficult to place. Buy on Amazon
Closes the gap between the Greek text and the available lexical and grammatical tools, providing all the necessary information for greater understanding of the text. The series makes interpreting any given New Testament book easier, especially for those who are hard pressed for time but want to preach or teach with accuracy and authority. Buy on Amazon or at B&H Academic.
Mike Merritt has written a helpful and clear introductory NT Greek grammar (with accompanying answer key for homework exercises). Download the PDF version along with the answer key for free or order at Rowman & Littlefield at a 30% discount using promotional code HAM30AUTH19
William Varner, Professor of Bible and Greek at the Master’s University, works skillfully through the Greek text of James, using modern linguistic tools and careful grammatical analysis to lay bare the meaning of this early Christian epistle. Each section contains the Greek text, text-critical notes, a discussion of literary context, a sentence flow with English translation, and thorough exegetical comments. Buy on Amazon
Contains an entirely new set of 52 devotions written by over 25 of today’s best biblical language scholars. Contributors include Christopher Beetham, Jeannine K. Brown, Peter H. Davids, David A. DeSilva, J. Scott Duvall, Nijay Gupta, Frederick J. Long, David W. Pao, Anthony C. Thiselton, Cindy Long Westfall, and many more. Buy on Amazon
From the Video Blog
In this weekend edition, Dr. Plummer discusses the dissertation of Dr. Hanbyul Kang, Three Nuances of the Perfect Indicative in the Greek New Testament (to be published by Wipf & Stock). Dr. Kang is the host of the Korean Daily Dose of Greek (DDGKorea.com)....
Long before the excellent EGGNT and Baylor Handbook series existed, there was the handy volume by Maximilian Zerwick, A Grammatical Analysis of the Greek New Testament. https://vimeo.com/544985727 YouTube Video: https://youtu.be/Gi64XoOgtTg
Pastors and students frequently have some vague familiarity with Discourse Analysis (DA). They know that DA aids in determining the structure of the biblical text and thus can help us to read, preach, and teach the text more faithfully. But, where is the accessible...
A Greek Reader’s Apostolic Fathers, by Alan S. Bandy In this weekend edition, Mr. Michael E. Daniel, Master-in-Charge of Archery at the Camberwell Grammar School (Australia) does a guest review of Alan Bandy’s A Greek Reader’s Apostolic Fathers....
In this weekend edition, Allan T. Loder tells us about his fascinating project to update and revise the classic work ‘Moulton & Milligan’ (The Vocabulary of the Greek Testament: Illustrated from the Papyri and Other Non-Literary Sources, 1930)....
In this weekend edition, Jonathan Ahlgren provides a review of Biblingo. Jonathan Ahlgren is a Ph.D. student at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. https://vimeo.com/542616173 YouTube Video: https://youtu.be/-H3N0zmhnbg
In this weekend edition, we feature an overview video from Jonathan Ahlgren about free language learning resources including the Daily Dose websites and Aleph with Beth. Jonathan Ahlgren is a Ph.D. student at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. ...
In this weekend edition, Dr. Albert Mohler, President of Southern Seminary, Louisville, KY, interviews Dr. Rob Plummer about the Daily Dose of Greek. https://vimeo.com/542598457 YouTube Video: https://youtu.be/Oxzh9QBaE3o?t=1195
In this weekend edition, Dr. Plummer discusses the rich history of the first English Bible. The first translation of the entire Greek New Testament into English was published by William Tyndale in 1526. For a very reasonable price, you can now own a facsimile copy of...
Book-by-Book Guides to Biblical Vocabulary Hendrickson Publishers has recently come out with some fantastic guides to biblical vocabulary: A Book-by-Book Guide to Biblical Hebrew Vocabulary, A Book-by-Book Guide to Septuagint Vocabulary, and A Book-by-Book Guide to...
In this weekend edition, Rob Plummer and Kevin Grasso of Biblingo.org talk about Greek language pedagogy. The original of this interview aired on the Biblingo podcast. https://vimeo.com/543711324 YouTube Video: ...
In this weekend edition, we want to introduce you to a classic resource for understanding Greek words. For an intermediate-level student, there is no better entry to lexical semantics than Biblical Words and Their Meaning by Moisés Silva. https://vimeo.com/478438863...
In this weekend edition, we want to encourage you in your love for reading the New Testament as it was written. One work that does just that is a classic and inspiring text on the joy and possibility of reading the New Testament in the original Greek, The Minister and...
In this weekend edition, Dr. Plummer introduces to you to three resources on the morphology of Biblical Greek, two of which are easily accessible to students everywhere. If you can’t figure out why a Greek word is changing spelling in strange ways, then the first...
Lexicon Based on Everyday Papyri Wouldn’t it be cool to have a Greek lexicon based on word usages in the everyday papyri? There is, and it’s freely available in the public domain! Known as “Moulton and Milligan,” The Vocabulary of the Greek Testament is a fascinating...
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