Category Archives: Greek

Surprised by Greek. Well not really.

In a previous post, I mentioned that I bought a copy of the  Learn to Read New-testament Greek, Work Book. It’s  different to another work book I have used in the past. Perhaps a lot of those differences can be explained by the … Continue reading

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It’s all Greek. Always double check your resources.

  I translated the following passage on Friday night while in the motel on my birthday adventure using the traditional method of pen, paper,  Greek New Testament and a grammar; having left the computer at home. I was really chuffed … Continue reading

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He made the Worlds.

Last week I decided to resume my Greek studies as college and other ministry commitments were finished for the year and I had the time to spare. Because I hadn’t read the book of Hebrews for a while, I decided … Continue reading

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Flash cards.

I found my Greek flash cards today. Well truth be told, my boys discovered them for me and I found them on their bedroom floor. I have another shelf to put up in the study, which will enable us to … Continue reading

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Unusual construct… it pays to double check.

I’m slowly gaining some confidence in understanding Greek and have been working through the book of Ephesians. Up till now I have been writing out a verse each day and working through the words that I recognise, without really trying … Continue reading

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τὸν λόγον τῆς ἀληθείας, τὸ εὐαγγέλιον τῆς σωτηρίας

Ephesians is one of my favourite NT books and as part of my devotional and private studies I have been working through the Greek of Ephesians. (I am glad to report that its slowly coming together ) I was struck … Continue reading

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Love / Hate relationship with Greek.

I have this love / hate relationship with Greek. I feel continually drawn back to it, struggling to memorise its various formats. I have mentioned before, how some years ago I suffered some amnesia through viral encephalitis, which wiped out a lot … Continue reading

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