New Testament Greek Listening Materials

New Testament Greek: An Introduction (repost)  

Posted by arundhati at Nov. 13, 2015
New Testament Greek: An Introduction (repost)

B. H. McLean, "New Testament Greek: An Introduction"
2011 | ISBN: 0521177022, 1107003520 | English | 276 Pages | PDF | 4 MB
A Workbook for New Testament Greek: Grammar and Exegesis in First John

Marvin R. Wilson, Chris A. Vlachos, "A Workbook for New Testament Greek: Grammar and Exegesis in First John"
English | 1998 | ISBN: 1565633407 | PDF | pages: 130 | 6,2 mb

The Elements of New Testament Greek (Repost)  

Posted by step778 at Jan. 28, 2015
The Elements of New Testament Greek (Repost)

Jeremy Duff, David Wenham, "The Elements of New Testament Greek"
2005 | pages: 356 | ISBN: 0521755514, 0521755506 | PDF | 1,8 mb

Learn to Read New Testament Greek  

Posted by tarantoga at Jan. 4, 2015
Learn to Read New Testament Greek

David Alan Black, "Learn to Read New Testament Greek, 3rd Edition"
ISBN: 0805444939 | 2009 | EPUB | 272 pages | 2 MB
Pocket Dictionary for the Study of New Testament Greek

Matthew S. DeMoss, "Pocket Dictionary for the Study of New Testament Greek"
English | ISBN: 0830814647 | 2001 | 138 pages | PDF | 1 MB

New Testament Greek: An Introduction  

Posted by ksveta6 at March 25, 2013
New Testament Greek: An Introduction

New Testament Greek: An Introduction by B. H. McLean
2011 | ISBN: 0521177022, 1107003520 | English | 276 Pages | PDF | 4 MB

The Elements of New Testament Greek (Repost)  

Posted by TimMa at Oct. 26, 2011
The Elements of New Testament Greek (Repost)

The Elements of New Testament Greek
Publisher: CUP | 2005 | ISBN: 0521755514/0521755506 | English | True PDF | 354 pages | 1.77 Mb

Since 1914 Cambridge has published The Elements of New Testament Greek, a best-selling textbook for scholars and students of the Bible. The original book by Nunn was replaced and succeeded in 1965 by J. W. Wenham's book of the same title; now Jeremy Duff has produced a new book to continue this long-established tradition into the twenty-first century. Learning Greek is a journey of many steps…

Semantics of New Testament Greek (Repost)  

Posted by TimMa at Oct. 20, 2011
Semantics of New Testament Greek (Repost)

Semantics of New Testament Greek
Publisher: Scholars Pr | 1982 | ISBN: 0891306935/0800615115 | English/Greek | PDF | 180 pages | 2.79 Mb

This book was first drafted in Afrikaans in 1973 as a hand-out to students in order to provide a practical handbook to the various modern linguistic theories-trying to make these insights useful as a semantic explication of the grammar and style of New Testament Greek…

Building Your New Testament Greek Vocabulary  

Posted by thomas009 at Aug. 4, 2009
Building Your New Testament Greek Vocabulary

Robert E. Van Voorst "Building Your New Testament Greek Vocabulary"
Society of Biblical Literature | 2001-07-15 | ISBN : 0884140423 | Pages: 136 | PDF | 1.64 MB

Building Your New Testament Greek Vocabulary provides students a user-friendly introduction to the basic vocabulary of New Testament Greek. Moves beyond rote memorization with a method based on how Greek words are built and related to each other. Other aids include: Memorable English derivatives, number of occurrences for each word learned, and lists taylored to what can be handled in a given session. Most helpful, the book is organized on the basis of word families and frequency.

The Elements of New Testament Greek by Jeremy Duff  

Posted by Alexpal at Dec. 9, 2008
The Elements of New Testament Greek by Jeremy Duff

The Elements of New Testament Greek by Jeremy Duff
Publisher: Cambridge University Press | Number Of Pages: 354 | Publication Date: 2005-05-23 | ISBN-10: 0521755506 | PDF | 1 Mb

Since 1914, C.U.P. has published The Elements of New Testament Greek, a best-selling textbook for scholars and students of the Bible. The original work by H.P.V. Nunn was succeeded in 1965 by J.W. Wenham's book of the same title and Jeremy Duff's new edition advances a long-established tradition into the twenty-first century. Lessons are organized so the most important aspects of Greek are learned as well as the most commonly occurring words in the New Testament. Hundreds of examples cover every book of the N.T. and almost every chapter includes a passage to translate from it.