Going Deeper with New Testament Greek: A Brief Review

For the past few months I’ve been working through Kostenberger/Merkle/Plummer’s ”Going Deeper with New Testament Greek” (B&H Academic, Nashville: 2020). Although I did take Greek in college and in seminary, from time to time I like to get a new Greek grammar/syntax in order to keep learning the language. I’m about 60% finished with Going… Continue reading Going Deeper with New Testament Greek: A Brief Review

A Practical & Concise Resource For Reviewing Greek Grammar (Merkle)

 If you 1) have a few semesters of Greek under your belt and 2) want a concise resource to review the basics of Greek grammar, here's a book to check out: Exegetical Gems from Biblical Greek by Benjamin Merkle.  It's not a standard shortened Greek grammar.  However, it does contain the basics of Greek grammar such as a… Continue reading A Practical & Concise Resource For Reviewing Greek Grammar (Merkle)

Greek Humor (Wallace)

 There are countless passages in the Hebrew and Greek texts that are relatively easy to translate and interpret.  On the other hand, there are some texts that are super difficult to translate and interpet.  After many hours/days of work (or more!), sometimes you just can't figure it out.  One such example for me has been… Continue reading Greek Humor (Wallace)