With over 100,000 copies in print, Basic Greek in 30 Minutes a Day
is a proven pedagogical masterpiece. It provides multiple tools for learning, and does not restrict learning to rote memorization, but provides fill-in-the-blank questions, multiple-choice questions, and a whole array of "learn-by-doing" techniques.
,br/>And learn the serious student will. But they will learn about the New Testament--every word found in this book is found in the New Testament, and no more. It focuses in on the Bible as God's word and leads you step-by-step to understanding the Greek New Testament. Moreover, this book is specifically designed with the lay reader in mind and even those with no background in Greek. As found says, you will not become a Greek scholar, but you will learn all you need to know in order to navigate the Greek New Testament.Features
- Focuses on NT vocabulary exclusively
- Makes a great reference for after you have finished the course presented in the book
- Detailed guide to pronunciation
- Uses multiple pedagogical tools instead of only rote memorization
This self-study introduction to New Testament Greek--now in a shelf-friendly size--is practical and easy to use by those who have neither the time nor the opportunity for a formal seminary Greek course. The valuable resource teaches the Greek alphabet, pronunciation, outlines of grammar, and the meaning of hundreds of New Testament words as well as how to use Greek dictionaries and other reference books. The course has proven successful with more than 100,000 copies sold!
James Found has served as a director of Christian education in the Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod, in the United States and abroad. In 2006 James retired from teaching Outreach and Missions at Concordia University in St. Paul, Minnesota. He and his wife now make their home in Loveland, Colorado.