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Learning Greek...

Discussion in '2003 Archive' started by 3John2, Dec 3, 2003.

  1. 3John2

    3John2 New Member

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    Can anyone here recommend a mail order course of something like that for learning Greek? I have many aids such as Lexicons, Concordances, commentaries etc. but what I'd REALLY like is to learn Greek. Anyone?
     
  2. Tim too

    Tim too New Member

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    There is a software program for your computer that will teach you Greek. It is called Greek Tutor.

    Here is a link for a more detailed description. Greek Tutor

    In the love of Christ,
    Tim
     
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    Tractster New Member

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    AMG PUBLISHERS (http://www.amgpublishers.com)
    used to have a cassette tape series.

    Roscoe
     
  4. gb93433

    gb93433 Active Member

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    For the first 1-1/2 years of seminary I attended in Houston. It is an extension of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.

    Before I attended seminary I had a strong desire to learn Greek. So I started studying by reading books. But later I took some classes and it forced me to learn more rapidly and much more thorough. There are so many things you learn in class through dialog and interaction with professors and students that cannot be obtained any other way.

    Sometime take a look at http://www.cranfordville.com/GWUclass.htm

    Then click on Greek 101, 102, 201 and 202. That covers four semesters. I studied about 15 to 20 hours per week under Dr. Cranford when I had him for any class.

    Even some junior colleges offer NT Greek or Classical Greek.
     
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