Koiné Greek

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SolaScriptura

Puritanboard Snowflake
I'm glad to hear of your current infatuation with Koine Greek. May it turn into a lifelong love of serious academic study of God's Word.
 

Tim

Puritan Board Graduate
I'll second Mounce. I wish it had been around when I was in college. We used Machen. Some classes also used Davis. They worked, and I thank God for them. But, Mounce is easier to see the 'scope' of the language.

:agree: I took a year of Greek 5yrs ago and our class used Mounce's grammar/workbook. Mounce, keeps it as simple as possible. I still use that old grammar text book for reference!! Mounce has truly been a blessing to the Church. Check this out it is!!

MP3 Files for gnt (by Anonymous) | Christian Classics Ethereal Library
I understand that this is one of the two free Greek audio recordings on the internet. It read by a woman named Marilyn Phemister. Unfortunately, the pronunciation is not that fluid in my opinion, as she has a heavy American accent as she reads the Greek.

The other free audio is Greek/Latin New Testament Audio Readings. This has links to Greek, Latin, and Hebrew. The Greek here is read by a man in a wonderfully fluid manner and no apparent accent. He uses a modern Greek pronunciation convention.

Both audio files are from the Westcott-Hort text.
 

Scott Shahan

Puritan Board Sophomore
I'll second Mounce. I wish it had been around when I was in college. We used Machen. Some classes also used Davis. They worked, and I thank God for them. But, Mounce is easier to see the 'scope' of the language.

:agree: I took a year of Greek 5yrs ago and our class used Mounce's grammar/workbook. Mounce, keeps it as simple as possible. I still use that old grammar text book for reference!! Mounce has truly been a blessing to the Church. Check this out it is!!

MP3 Files for gnt (by Anonymous) | Christian Classics Ethereal Library
I understand that this is one of the two free Greek audio recordings on the internet. It read by a woman named Marilyn Phemister. Unfortunately, the pronunciation is not that fluid in my opinion, as she has a heavy American accent as she reads the Greek.

The other free audio is Greek/Latin New Testament Audio Readings. This has links to Greek, Latin, and Hebrew. The Greek here is read by a man in a wonderfully fluid manner and no apparent accent. He uses a modern Greek pronunciation convention.

Both audio files are from the Westcott-Hort text.

Wow! Thanks Tim! I did not know about this.....very cool... also I do know that there is a Greek Class on itunesU from Dallas Theological Seminary, where you can download all the lectures and then watch them. That class also uses the Mounce Grammar. I have watched these videos several times over and they are most excellent! :detective:
 

Tim

Puritan Board Graduate
And I did not know about DTS Greek classes on iTunesU! Thanks for this!
 

lukeh021471

Puritan Board Freshman
The thing about Greek and Hebrew is to continually use it, possibly daily if you have the time. I try to read and translate in my nightly devotions
 
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