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What’s the best method to learn to read the GNT?

What’s the best method to learn to read the GNT? This weekend edition is the second of a two-part conversation between Rob Plummer of the Daily Dose of Greek and Darryl Burling of Master New Testament Greek about the most effective pedagogical method to get students...

Traditional Greek Pedagogy vs. Living Language Approach

Traditional Greek Pedagogy vs. Living Language Approach In this first of two videos, Rob Plummer and Darryl Burling of Master New Testament Greek discuss the strengths and weaknesses of traditional Greek pedagogy vs. a living language approach.  ...

Isaiah 7:14 and Matthew 1:23 in Hebrew, Greek, and Latin

Drs. Howell, Plummer, and Flatt bring you Christmas reflections from the Scriptures in Hebrew, Greek, and Latin.  Merry Christmas!   https://vimeo.com/659827553   Vimeo Video:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cFrCU6e7etw  

Do Missionaries Need Biblical Languages?

Do Missionaries Need Biblical Languages? In today’s weekend edition, listen to Dr. Scott Callaham, host of the Daily Dose of Aramaic (www.dailydoseofaramaic.com) answer the question: Do missionaries need Biblical languages? See Dr. Callaham’s newly published Aramaic...

NEW Daily Dose of Aramaic

NEW Daily Dose Dose of Aramaic Website! Introducing the newest member of the Daily Dose Family: The Daily Dose of Aramaic! Subscribe to our "Learn Aramaic" email list to receive daily Aramaic lessons (starting today), or subscribe to our 2-minute "Daily Dose" videos...

Books At a Glance Interview with Plummer over 40 Questions Book

Books At a Glance Interview with Plummer over 40 Questions Book In this weekend edition, listen to Fred Zaspel of Books At a Glance interview Dr. Plummer over the 2nd edition of his 40 Questions About Interpreting the Bible.  To easily adapt the book for use in a...

A Greek Reader’s Apostolic Fathers, by Alan S. Bandy

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....

“Shortnin’ Bread” Greek Alphabet Song

“Shortnin’ Bread” Greek Alphabet Song In this weekend edition, Daily Dose subscriber and retired missionary to Japan Bob Goethe shares a bit about himself and the song he uses to teach the Greek alphabet (the African-American folk tune “Shortnin’ Bread”). See Bob’s...

The Vocative of γυνή

In this weekend edition, Allan T. Loder looks at inscriptional evidence to help us understand the potential nuances of the vocative form of γυνή (“woman”) in the Koine Greek period.   https://vimeo.com/551543642   YouTube Video:  ...

Revision and Update of ‘Moulton & Milligan’

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)....

What is Biblingo?

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

Free Biblical Language Resources

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.  ...

Mohler interviews Plummer about the Daily Dose of Greek

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

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