annis wrote:There are currently no plans for such a list right now.
If someone came forward offering to run a BBG list, we could of course set that up easily.
Kat Doe wrote:
I have the 1st edition of Mounce but am willing to buy the second one too, if the group looks like a sure thing.
arslongus wrote:What kind of critical mass are we looking for here? 10? 12?
I can twist a few arms to see if there is any interest. How many do we have at this point?
rustymason wrote:I have the 1993 versions of the book and workbook which I assume are versions 1 (since they don't say). Let me know if I need to get versions 2.
arslongus wrote:Believe me, you want to use Mounce instead of Machen. For those not in a class, Machen is really tough sledding...
Mounce is very easy to follow, and he will have you reading the NT.
Kat Doe wrote:I don't see the workbook being offered or the flashcards or the plastic grammar review sheets.
rogersbre wrote:Hi - I would be interested in participating in a BBG study group.
rustymason wrote: I don't know what's up with the Mounce study group. I responded to an invitation to join, but haven't heard anything else since. Perhaps we are waiting for some teaching help.
Tracy wrote: I found my way to prior posts and Bert mentions an overload of interest in the study group and that once it was closed it was closed. That may be the delay in response you're experiencing.
I'm patient. If another group is started at a later date, hopefully I won't be a latecomer at signing up. If we could monitor the group that would be great too, but until then, we might be waiting a while.
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