This class will give you the skills you need to research the Word of God as well as develop your language skills. As you study this course, remember that you have grace, God’s power and ability working in and through, you to learn this language. Learning Greek will help you delve into the intent of the original authors and maybe glean greater revelation of what they were writing.
Though some may find learning a totally foreign language a challenge it is well worth the effort for gaining insight into God’s Word. I encourage you to set your intention to get what you need from this course.
If you have any questions, feel free to call.
Ted Van Diepen
Greek Alphabet Handwriting Practice Sheet Examples of Non-Finite Verbal Forms – Infinitive & Participle
Greek I – Student Workbook Greek Cases – Form vs Use Brief History of the Greek Language
Analyzing Greek Words Vowels and Consonants The Study of Language and Translation
Some Notes on the Greek Article Recognizing Verb Tenses Other Diacritical Marks
Nominative and Accusative Example Eph 2_8 Study for Lesson 5 about dia
Analysis of John 1_1 for Lesson 6 Rom 10_17 In class assignment – Lesson 4
I John 4_18 In class assignment – Lesson 5 After Greek I – Further Self Study
Session #1 Greek I
Session #2 Greek I
Greek Verbs Greek I Study Guide 2
Session #3 Greek I
Verbs and Verbal forms Greek I Study Guide 3
Session #4 Greek I
Greek I Study Guide 4
Session #5 Greek I
Greek I Study Guide 5