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Helping you read your way through the Greek New Testament in just 2 minutes per verse.

Another Active Verb Ending Song

Sung to the tune of the worship song, “Ah Lord God,” here’s another song to help you learn the Active Indicative verb endings.  Lyrics by Ben Merkle.

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Matthew 4:4 with Dr. Randy Leedy

In a guest weekend edition, Dr. Randy Leedy, former Professor of NT at Bob Jones University Seminary, walks us through the Greek text of Matthew 4:4.

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χαίρειν in James 1:1

Isn’t χαίρειν just the infinitive of χαίρω (“I rejoice”)?  Well, yes, but….  Watch today’s weekend edition to explore how χαίρειν is functioning in James 1:1.  This video is a rerun.

 

 

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Randy Leedy on Diagramming

In today’s weekend edition, Dr. Randy Leedy, former Professor of NT at Bob Jones University Seminary, teaches about ‘line diagramming’ the Greek New Testament. You can purchase the ENTIRE GNT diagrammed by him at: www.ntgreekguy.com. The video contains discount coupon codes for purchasing the diagrams

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Imperfect Indicative of εἰμι

In today’s weekend video, Jeff Hurtgen delivers a masterful rendition of Jackson Van Dyke’s song for the Imperfect Indicative of εἰμι. (I once was dead)

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Tom Schreiner’s Festschrift

In today’s weekend video, Dr. Plummer discussed a collection of essays written and published in honor New Testament scholar Tom Schreiner.  The book, published by B&H Academic, is entitled God’s Glory Revealed in Christ: Essays on Biblical Theology in Honor of Thomas R. Schreiner, edited by Denny Burk, Jim Hamilton, and Brian Vickers. Dr. Plummer wrote a chapter in the book entitled, “For the Glory of God through Theological Education: The Academic Ministries of Thomas R. Schreiner (1954 – ) and Andrew of Caesarea (563-637).

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Daily Dose Memory Songs – The Greek Alphabet

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 Spring 2020 semester begins, hundreds of new students are learning the Greek alphabet for the first time.  Pray for them to be faithful ministers of the gospel.

 

 

 

 

Also, consider checking out this Hip-hop version of the Greek Alphabet.

John 1:1

John 1:1

 

 

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John 1:2

John 1:2

 

 

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John 1:3

John 1:3

 

 

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John 1:4

John 1:4

 

 

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John 1:5

John 1:5

 

 

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John 1:6

John 1:6

 

 

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