Helping you read your way through the Greek New Testament in just 2 minutes per verse.
Of the 337 sentences in the Book of Revelation, 245 of them begin with καί. The conjunction δέ, on the other hand, is only used 7 times. In this weekend video, we explore the first use of δέ in Revelation, asking, “Why δέ?” https://vimeo.com/155162634
Why is the Greek grammar of the Book of Revelation so irregular? In today’s video, we will explore the first solecism (grammatical irregularity) in the Apocalypse of John. https://vimeo.com/155162633
Revelation is a book of “sevens.” Interestingly, the expression Τάδε λέγει… (“[he] says these things…”) occurs seven times in the book. Is there more to this little phrase than initially meets the eye? This video is a rerun....
This video provides a brief refresher on the Anaphoric Article or Article of Previous Reference—especially as that construction is used to stitch together the Book of Revelation. https://vimeo.com/245431944
What’s the difference between macaroni and a macarism? Find out in this brief weekend feature on Revelation 1:3 https://vimeo.com/239202024
Rev 14:19 Solecism https://vimeo.com/179959308
Rev 11:1 https://vimeo.com/162087158
Rev 3:7 https://vimeo.com/162087148
Rev 10:2 Oecumenius https://vimeo.com/162087155
Rev 4:11 https://vimeo.com/162087154
Rev 3:9 Weekend https://vimeo.com/162087149
Rev 3:5 Weekend https://vimeo.com/162087143
Rev 2:10 https://vimeo.com/161374634
Revelation 2:1 https://vimeo.com/155162635
Revelation 1:14 Weekend https://vimeo.com/155162634
Weekend edition of Daily Dose of Greek https://vimeo.com/155162633
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