Dobson's text is quite accessible to the self-taught student. There are extensive translation exercises with the answers on the right side of the page (which makes checking one's progress a simple matter). There are progress tests with answers in the back. . .For a person learning on their own, or intimidated by grammar, or looking for a tasty introduction, it may fit the bill nicely.
-Charles K. Telfer,
Mid-America Journal of Theology
Greek teachers who employ the classic method of teaching Greek--using ending charts and paradigms--can benefit from using exercises from this book as well as Dobson's clever Word Fun sections. . . Dobson gives a good emphasis on translating the meaning of the Greek phrase or sentence rather than striving for a simple word-for-word correspondence. . . His hints for teaching biblical languages are insightful and helpful.
-James R. Wicker,
Southwestern Journal of Theology
A complete course in beginning Greek. It contains 52 lessons that take the beginner from an introduction to the language to translating the New Testament from Greek to English. . . The lessons are well written and very easy to follow. . . When you complete the course you'll be able to read the entire Greek New Testament and translate it into English. . . . I highly recommend Learn New Testament Greek by John Dobson to anyone that wants to learn New Testament Greek quickly and easily. This course is well-suited for laymen, students, and preachers and teachers that want to incorporate Greek into their lessons and sermons.