Helping you read your way through the Greek New Testament in just 2 minutes per verse.
What Greek grammarian is also a professional saxophone player and serious body builder? That’s right – Con Campbell, an Australian scholar who teaches at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School! I enjoyed both lecturing and exercising alongside Con at the “Linguistics and New Testament Greek” conference at Southeastern Seminary in April 2019. Today’s video is Dr. Campbell’s scintillating lecture on tense and aspect. Thanks to Southeastern for making this video available.
The NLT and NASB are both very good modern English Bible translations, but their renderings of 1 John 1:1 are different. Is there any loss of meaning in reordering the Greek text of 1 John 1:1 to make it more readable in modern English?
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