Courses

  • GREK-1113 Elementary Greek I

    An introductory course in the elements of Koine Greek. Particular attention is given to learning vocabulary and to learning to recognize grammatical forms. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • GREK-1213 Elementary Greek II

    A continuation of GREK-1113 with selected readings from the New Testament. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • GREK-2113 Intermediate Greek I

    Designed to give the student who has completed courses in elementary Greek essential linguistic knowledge and skill for exegetical work in the Greek New Testament. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.

  • GREK-2213 Intermediate Greek II

    A continuation of GREK-2113 with more detailed and inductive study of New Testament Greek. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • GREK-3113 Advanced Greek Readings I

    Readings from various New Testament documents with concentration on syntactical relations between words, word groups, and clauses.

  • GREK-3213 Advanced Greek Readings II

    Readings from various New Testament documents, a formal exegesis, and special word studies. This course is normally offered in the spring semester.

  • GREK-4900 Independent Study in Advanced Greek Grammar

    Assigned readings and reports or projects based on the needs of the individual student. Normally taken only by juniors or seniors with approval of the dean of the college (1-3 hours). This course is offered as needed.

  • GREK-5103 Elementary Greek I

    An introduction to the basic grammar of Koine Greek. A translation of a simple gospel text in the first year will provide the immersion necessary for gaining facility in reading the Greek New Testament.

  • GREK-5113 Elementary Greek II

    A continuation of GREK-5103.

  • GREK-5123 Intermediate Greek

    Builds upon the foundation laid in GREK-5103 and 5113 to increase vocabulary and to increase the student's awareness of grammar and syntax. This course may count as a textual course in fulfilling biblical electives.

  • GREK-5203 Selected Greek New Testament Readings

    This course helps the student develop the ability to read the Greek New Testament. Having translated a simple gospel text in first year Greek, students will explore other biblical genres and writing styles, expand their working vocabulary, and develop an understanding of grammatical and syntactical structures. This course may count as a textual course in fulfilling biblical electives.

  • GREK-5213 Selected Greek Readings in the Gospels

    This course helps the student continue to develop the ability to read the Greek New Testament. This course exposes the student to more difficult Greek readings while continuing to expand vocabulary and to become familiar with grammatical and syntactical structures. This course may count as a textual course in fulfilling biblical electives.

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