Move from textbook to text with this 12-step process for working through the Johannine epistles in Greek. Bateman's syntactic focus and well-crafted questions guide intermediate students through a full analysis of three New Testament books. Referenced to 11 different grammars, it offers an ideal supplemental resource for intermediate classes, and helps individual learners build exegetical confidence. Includes a CD-ROM.
This thorough supplemental workbook leaves no stone unturned Presenting a twelve-step process for analyzing the Greek text of 1-3 John, this new resource will be especially welcomed by students in either their first year (second semester) or second year. Professor Bateman, a veteran instructor, guides students with well-crafted questions throughout. Though the book's focus is on syntax, it offers plenty of grammar review, as well as many historical, exegetical, and grammatical comments. Referenced to six intermediate grammars and five beginning grammars, it can be easily used in conjunction with many standard textbooks.