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Are you learning Koine Greek, the Greek of the New Testament and most other post-classical Greek texts? Whatever your level, use this forum to discuss all things Koine, Biblical or otherwise, including grammar, textbook talk, difficult passages, and more.

Rigorous Intros to Koine

Are there any intro grammars for Koine that are as rigorous as Hansen and Quinn's or Mastronarde's are for Attic?
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A Graded Reader of Biblical Greek

Dr. William D. Mounce has A Graded Reader of Biblical Greek. What is A Graded Reader of Biblical Greek? Have you used one and did it help you?
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Matth. 18:18 future perfect

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Exodus 21:22

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Revelation 20:10 - Doubt

Hello everybody. I'm here again!! :D

Now I have a doubt in Revelation 20:10: "And the devil that deceived them was cast into the lake of fire and brimstone, where the beast and the false prophet are, and shall be tormented day and night forever and ever"

The sentence that I highlighted don't have the verb are. I have read in another place, that the translators ...
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Numers 14:11 LXX

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relative pronoun/accents/middle voice

1. 1 Jn 1: 5a "και εστιν αυτη η αγγελια ην ακηκοαμεν απ' αυτου..."
My question concerns the case of the relative pronoun, ην. Since it refers back to αγγελια I would have expected the pronoun to be in the nominative case since its referent is nominative. The only way I can make a little sense of it is to say that it is the direct object of ακηκοαμεν, but I'm guessing. What's dictating the ...
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Machen New Testament Greek for Beginners Group beginning Aug

To One And All--
A friend of mine and myself are starting a new beginners' Greek group that will follow J. Gresham Machen's, New Testament Greek for Beginners. I have the second edition of this work but my colleague, Kat Doe, has both the first and second editions. There is a photostatic copy of this book available online, which would prove useful, as this old edition I have cost me $50. Kat or myself might ...
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Abbott's "Johannine Grammar" on Google Books

I know that Google Books isn't the most convenient way to view a book, nor are the books available in one area always available elsewhere (different countries' copyright rules, I assume), but in the U.S. at least, you can now read the 1906 Johannine Grammar by Edwin A. Abbott.

Since I'm fairly ignorant of NT/Koine studies, I asked around first before posting this. I gather Abbott is still a respected authority.
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