Item description for Audiobook-Audio CD-Basics Of Biblical Greek Volcab by William D. Mounce...
Overview Teaches the correct pronunciation and meanings for the vocabulary words presented in the textbook, "Basics of Biblical Greek grammar."
Publishers Description This audio CD contains all the Greek words found in the vocabulary sections of Basics of Biblical Greek by William D. Mounce, presented in the order of the lessons. Students can therefore listen to and learn their vocabulary words while they are working in the house, driving, walking, and the like.
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Format: Audiobook, Unabridged
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.36" Width: 6.38" Height: 0.39" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2006
Publisher Zondervan Publishing
ISBN 0310270766 ISBN13 9780310270768 UPC 025986270766
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More About William D. Mounce
William D. Mounce (PhD, Aberdeen University) is president of BiblicalTraining.org. He is a noted Greek scholar, author of the best-selling textbook Basics of Biblical Greek, and served as the New Testament Chair of the ESV translation team.
William D. Mounce currently resides in the state of California.
William D. Mounce has published or released items in the following series...
Zondervan Get an A! Study Guides
Zondervan Greek Reference Series Zondervan Greek Reference
Zondervan Vocabulary Builder Series the Zondervan Vocabulary
Reviews - What do customers think about Audiobook-Audio CD-Basics Of Biblical Greek Volcab?
Good not great Jan 20, 2007
While not as comprehensive as Pennington's New Testament Greek Vocabulary, Mounce has a mastery and confidence wholly lacking in Pennington. Still the caveat remains; Zondervan pronunciation borders on inept and neglects to follow its own set rules. Omicron should be pronounced as in obey; consonantal iota should be pronounced as in onion. Other than that this cd serves its purpose. I would suggest Metzger's Lexical Aids for Students of New Testament Greek over Mounce. Just buy a pack of index cards for a dollar and save the trouble.