Item description for Learn to Read New Testament Greek - Workbook: Supplemental Exercises for Greek Grammar Students by Ben Gutierrez, Cara L. Murphy & David A. Croteau...
Overview Keyed to David Alan Black's popular Learn to Read New Testament Greek main text, this supplemental workbook includes 1300 Greek to English/English to Greek sentences, more than 700 drilling exercises to reinforce the foundational principles of Greek grammar, and many other helpful learning resources for introductory Greek students.
Publishers Description Keyed to David Alan Black's popular "Learn to Read New Testament Greek "main text, this supplemental workbook includes 1300 Greek to English/English to Greek sentences, more than 700 drilling exercises to reinforce the foundational principles of Greek grammar, and many other helpful learning resources for introductory Greek students.
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Studio: B&H Academic
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.9" Width: 8.5" Height: 0.5" Weight: 1.35 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2009
Publisher B&H Academic
ISBN 080544792X ISBN13 9780805447927
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More About Ben Gutierrez, Cara L. Murphy & David A. Croteau
David A. Croteau is assistant professor of Biblical Studies at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, where he teaches New Testament and Greek. He holds a Ph.D from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Ben Gutierrez is chairman of the department of Pastoral Leadership and dean of the Distance Learning Program at Liberty University. He holds a Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership from Regent University.
Cara L. Murphy holds a Master of Arts from Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, where she now serves as an adjunct professor.
Reviews - What do customers think about Learn to Read New Testament Greek - Workbook: Supplemental Exercises for Greek Grammar Students?
Answer Key Dec 10, 2009
As far as I can tell at this point, the book and workbook make a reasonable match even though not written by the same author, Black, as the main text. What is needed -- or did I miss it? -- is an answer key, for self-study, or for the teacher in the classroom.
Learn to read New Testament Greek Workbook Jun 24, 2009
The workbook needs the text book to go along with it and it is not easy to do on your own. You need to be in a class room setting in my opinion.
A Worthy Companion Apr 8, 2009
At last, a supplemental workbook has been made available for Black's well-loved beginning grammar, Learn to Read New Testament Greek. This workbook corresponds directly to Black's text, providing drilling and translation exercises for Chapters 1-25.
The workbook only makes use of inflected forms extant within the New Testament or Septuagint. Thus one is able to rid himself of the laborious task of translating forms alien to the focus of his studies.
The student who takes the time to work through these exercises will find the hours of preparation richly rewarded as he begins reading the New Testament for himself.