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
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
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
- DDG Accountability Sheet, Summer 2017
- 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)
- Verse by Verse Parsing Practice
- Free Greek Flashcard Sets on Memrise
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 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.
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
From the Video Blog
Beloved Daily Dose subscribers, This coming week, we start going through the Book of Revelation! As a special treat, Crossway has provided a 46-page sample of Tom Schreiner’s forthcoming Revelation commentary (see download link below), which will be published in...
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It’s always good to begin February's with a little review of text criticism. In today’s weekend (rerun) edition, Southwestern Seminary professor Dr. David Hutchison explains how to read the apparatus symbols in the Nestle-Aland 28th edition Greek New Testament....
As we look forward to starting the Epistle of James this next week, Dr. Plummer briefly introduces the EGGNT volume on James by Chris Vlachos https://vimeo.com/250891983
Baylor Handbook on the Greek Text – 1, 2, 3, John by Martin Culy In today’s video, we remind you of a wonderful series of Greek Handbooks published by Baylor University Press. Included in the video is a code (code: BBMA), which gets you 30% off and free shipping at...
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In this video, Dr. Plummer looks at the exemplary life of Greek grammarian Murray Harris. As we prepare start going through Philemon this coming week, this video also reminds viewers of the code for the FREE download of Murray Harris’s Greek guide to Philemon....
Drawing upon the work of Dan Wallace, this video looks at that seemingly ubiquitous “Double Accusative” construction. https://vimeo.com/240019173
Dr. Danny Zacharias has created a collection of creative, amusing, and memorable music videos to help students remember Greek paradigms. Today, he is graciously sharing with us his video on Subjunctives. Helpful? For only $5, you can purchase all of Dr. Zacharias’s...
Sunday "Daily Dose Book Review". We would like to give special thanks to booksataglance.com GREEK FOR LIFE: STRATEGIES FOR LEARNING, RETAINING, AND REVIVING NEW TESTAMENT GREEK
In today’s weekend feature, Dr. Plummer reveals the next New Testament book for the Daily Dose of Greek … Paul’s Epistle to Philemon! Also, a coupon code is provided to download a free Greek exegetical resource on Philemon. (Thank you to B&H Academic for the...
In today’s Saturday feature, Dr. Plummer introduces you to your Greek language “personal trainer” in paperback form—Greek for Life: Strategies for Learning, Retaining, and Reviving New Testament Greek (Baker, 2017). https://vimeo.com/233048487
It’s our tradition at the Daily Dose to start each semester by returning to the Greek Alphabet. Sing the Greek Alphabet to yourself. Teach someone else to sing it. As the Fall 2017 semester begins, hundreds of new students are learning the Greek alphabet for the...
Drawing upon the insights of Dr. Steven Baugh, Dr. Plummer discusses the factors we should consider when determining why a biblical author employed a specific tense form of the infinitive. (In other words, why did a biblical author choose a present vs. an aorist...
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