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Biblical Greek 1

Grades 9 - 12
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Course Schedule
Class Follows Upper Annual Schedule
Dates: 2024-08-13 to 2025-05-13
Tuition: $375 / Annual
Supplies: $0
Expectations and Homework
Chapter Homework will be assigned every week and it is expected that the student will spend at least 15 minutes a day memorizing vocabulary, declensions, and paradigms.
Class Supplies Needed
We will be using the textbook: https://www.bhacademic.com/beginninggreek/ This text can be purchased from the above website or at several other online providers as well as there should be a couple of local bookshops who carry it. Please reach out to me if you are having trouble finding the book. One of the benefits of this text is that it has several free online resources to be used in conjunction with the lessons. We will be using some of the online resources in class as well, primarily the songs that assist in memorization. Students will need to bring the text book, paper, and pencils to class.
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About the Course
Biblical Greek 1

This course is an introduction to New Testament Greek, and no prior language skills are required.  The purpose of this course is to learn the grammar and basic mechanics of the Greek language found in the New Testament as well as learn some of the basic skills to the art and science of translating the text into English.  Completion of this course will serve as a jumping off place for additional Greek study and more in-depth study of the Bible for the student. 


This course will have students learn the roots for the most common words in the Greek New Testament, the various noun declension forms, verb conjugations and the various moods and tenses, prepositions, and the basic form of sentence structures. Additonally, there will be lots of practice of reading aloud of the text and composition into Koine Greek.






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About Michael

Michael is a graduate of Centre College (2005) with a Bachelor's in History and of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (2011) with a Master of Divinity in Biblical and Theological Studies. Since 2005 Michael has been working in social services and is currently a Case Manager working with individuals with brain injury. Michael enjoys trying to keep up with his language skills and is always excited to help others dive into the Biblical languages in order to go deeper in understanding in what Scripture teaches.

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