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Table Of Contents

Lesson 1: The Alphabet
Lesson 2: Accents
Lesson 4: First Declension Nouns
Lesson 5: Second Declension
Lesson 6: Third Declension: Liquid, Mute and Syncopated Stems
Lesson 7: Third Declension: Vowel Stem Nouns
Lesson 8: Third Declension: Neuter Nouns
Lesson 9: Adjectives
Lesson 10: Adverbs
Lesson 11: Article
Lesson 12: Pronouns
Lesson 14: Conjunctions
Lesson 15: Verbs: Present Active Indicative
Lesson 16: Verbs: Present Middle, Indicative
Lesson 17: Verbs: Present and Aorist, Passive, Indicative
Lesson 18: Verbs: Imperfect, Active, Indicative
Lesson 19: Verbs: Future Active and Middle Indicative
Lesson 20: Verbs: First Aorist Active and Middle Indicative
Lesson 21: Verbs: Second Aorist Active and Middle Indicative
Lesson 22: Verbs: Perfect Active Middle and Passive Indicative
Lesson 23: Verbs: Pluperfect Active Indicative
Lesson 25: The Subjunctive Mood
Lesson 26: The Optative Mood
Lesson 27: The Imperative Mood
Lesson 28: The Infinitive
Lesson 29: The Participle I
Lesson 30: The Participle II
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Greek New Testiment: John 1:1-51
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Understanding the Language of the New Testament

Understanding the Language of the New Testament

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The need for basic knowledge of Koine Greek, the common language of the New Testament, is becoming increasingly important for every student of Scripture. Because of the linguistic challenges of translating from New Testament Greek to English, students of the Bible must be able to understand the tenses, moods, and cultural elements of the spoken language of the time in order to appreciate the true meaning of the text. In his book, Pastor Wilton hopes to give his readers an edge for interpreting Scripture and understanding the deep meanings of biblical words. This beginner’s textbook, once completed, will give the student a foundation for translating the entire New Testament from its original language to English.
The need for basic knowledge of Koine Greek, the common language of the New Testament, is becoming increasingly important for every student of Scripture. Because of the linguistic challenges of translating from New Testament Greek to English, students of the Bible must be able to understand the tenses, moods, and cultural elements of the spoken language of the time in order to appreciate the true meaning of the text. In his book, Pastor Wilton hopes to give his readers an edge for interpreting Scripture and understanding the deep meanings of biblical words. This beginner’s textbook, once completed, will give the student a foundation for translating the entire New Testament from its original language to English.

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