Greek Exegesis II
— NEWT 0524 (3)
Designed (following on NEWT 523) to bring students with an elementary knowledge of Koine Greek to the point where they can comfortably use the Greek text of the New Testament as the basis for their regular study and teaching. Students will expand their working Greek vocabulary and deepen their grasp of Greek grammar, so that they can read the New Testament fluently with the help of a standard reading guide. These language skills will be developed in the process of actually interpreting extended excerpts from the New Testament, so that students become comfortable with using Greek in real-life contexts and expand their repertoire of interpretive approaches at the same time. In this second semester, less emphasis will be placed on review of morphology and more emphasis placed on reading longer Greek passages. Prerequisites: NEWT 523, BIBL 501.
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