12.9.09

Would like to get a start on seminary school Greek - anyone recommend any books for a complete beginner?

9 comments:

Lynne said...

Mounce's book (can't remember what it's called, but the name is self-evident) is practically a complete teach yourself guide. Comes with a CD and access to a website with lectures. Way better than the book we used in college!

Mike Aubrey said...

Hands down:

http://www.biblicalulpan.org/

David Ould said...

without a doubt Mounce is the best way in. Get his book that has the CD of lectures and you'll be well on your way.

Rachel Marszalek said...

Mounce here we come and thanks Mike, I'll follow it up

Bless you all for your help

Thanks
Rach

Gill Stanning said...

This is the rewrite of the classic Wenham by Jeremy Duff (THE college textbook when I did NT Greek 20 years ago, which has everything you need and has supplementary materials like a C.D. and dictionary:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/reader/0521755514/ref=sib_dp_pt#reader-pageon

Doug Chaplin said...

before you buy, Rachel, does your seminary programme (not sure exactly where you are in relation to starting) offer any advice? I'm sure you could ask them and get something that would dovetail with the course you hope to do. One thing to watch out for: US grammars print noun declensions in a different order from English ones, and learning one can make it hard to switch to the other.

Rachel Marszalek said...

20 years ago Gill - is that possible?

Rachel Marszalek said...

Thanks Doug - I'll watch my declensions!

Gill Stanning said...

Sadly: yes it is possible (more than)...sigh...

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