Greek Resources

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

Schreiner’s Revelation Commentary

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...

Imperatives-Debates-Verbal Aspect

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.

Nestle-Aland Apparatus Symbols

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....

EGGNT of James

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

Baylor Handbook on the Greek Text – 1-2-3

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...

Android Apps

Daily Dose Android Apps Good news!  A Daily Dose follower, Rick Conrad, has developed these free Daily Dose Android apps as another way to watch, download, and organize your Daily Dose videos....

Murray Harris

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....

Double Accusative Construction

Drawing upon the work of Dan Wallace, this video looks at that seemingly ubiquitous “Double Accusative” construction.

The Subjunctive Song

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

Sunday "Daily Dose Book Review".  We would like to give special thanks to GREEK FOR LIFE: STRATEGIES FOR LEARNING, RETAINING, AND REVIVING NEW TESTAMENT GREEK...

Philemon next, free resource

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 great...

Greek for Life

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)....

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 Fall 2017 semester begins, hundreds of new students are learning the Greek alphabet for the...

Baugh – Infinitive Choice

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...


In this first of three weekend videos, guest host Dr. Will Varner introduces the BDAG lexicon.


In this second of three weekend videos, guest host Dr. Will Varner discusses how to decipher the word entries in the BDAG lexicon.


In this final of three weekend videos, guest host Dr. Will Varner finishes out his discussion on how to use the BDAG lexicon.

Baugh – Text Variants

Drawing upon the insights of Dr. Steven Baugh, Dr. Plummer demonstrates how textual variants in the NT manuscripts can help us understand stylistic patterns of Koine Greek.

Perfect Indicative Statistics

Drawing upon Con Campbell’s Advances in the Study of Greek, Dr. Plummer shares some fascinating statistics about the use of the perfect indicative in the New Testament.



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