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Are you learning New Testament Greek with Mounce's Basics of Biblical Greek? Here's where you can meet other learners using this textbook. Use this board to ask questions and post your work for feedback. Use this forum too to discuss all things Koine, LXX & New Testament Greek including grammar, syntax, textbook talk and more.

I finished yesterday chapter 35!

Hi all Just wanted to let you know I finished with my Pastor chapter 35 yesterday. Four started, and two finished Praise God I was one that finished. :)
I encourage you all to finish Bill Mounce's book especially if your discouraged with how intence this course is and you think you'll never be able to do it. I pray for you all to finish what you ...
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composition help

What's the best way to write, "to my beloved brother in the faith, preach the word"?


tw=| a)gaphtw|= a)delfw|= e)n th|= pi/stei, kh/rucon to\n lo/gon
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Books on Synonyms

Greetings all,

I am looking for a resource that covers synonyms of the Greek NT and LXX. I am aware of R.C. Trench’s book; but are there other more modern works available? Or is that the only one?

Thanks in advance.
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Am I missing something?

I have only read the Gospels in translation. Am I missing something?
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Septuagint a "bad translation" of the Hebrew text?

Has anyone on the board discovered as I did that the Septuagint is NOT just a bad translation of the Hebrew as has been taught for two thousand years?

Or has my exposure to teachers just been proven to have been limited?

I have always heard that the Septuagint is just a bad translation of the Hebrew, resulting in several rescisions in its first few hundred years of existence.

I have done a study of ...
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Chapter and Verse

You Biblicals know how to have a good time!

I've heard the expression "chapter and verse" referred to the Bible, and yet the only poetry I remember in it are the Psalms (in Hebrew, I assume).

Did the Evangelists write their Greek in verse originally, or does the expression come from later translations into English in verse?
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Hadjiantoniou's Book

Has anybody here gone through Dr. George Hadjiantoniou’s book, “Learning the Basics of New Testament Greek”?

Is it worth the effort?
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Basics of Biblical Greek Grammar Study Group

Hello all,

Is there any interest or plans on starting a study group in Mounce’s BBG grammar, second edition?
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Two beloved disciples in John 20:2 ???

TON ALLON MATHETEN ON EPHILEI O IESOUS (John 20,2)

Is there any good reason for translating (with NASB R.Young, ASV, HNV, Webster and Latin Vulgate) this sequence of words straightforwardly and without any comma as

"the other disciple whom Jesus was loving (as a relative/"ephilei" instead of "egapa")"

Rather than using the circumlocution:

"the other disciple, the one whom Jesus loved" ?

I find the second translation unnecessarily complicated in addition to containing an absurdity ...
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Jonathon Pennington

Jonathon Penington recorded selections from the New TEstament for Zondervan. I'm interested in what everyone else thinks about this reading of the Greek New Testament.

If you don't already have it you can listen to a sample here.

http://www.zondervan.com/Books/Detail.asp?ISBN=0310253225&Preview=audio
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