Saturday, July 23, 2016

Book Review: Going Deeper with New Testament Greek

Most ministers I know have taken a Greek class whether in college (if they attended a Christian college) or seminary. I remember friends of mine who were taking Greek working non-stop to memorize their Greek vocabulary words as if their lives depended on it.

Some ministers have only taken an introductory Greek class just to get either their foreign language credits or some credit that has to do with a religion degree. Going Deeper with New Testament Greek is a book designed to further one's education in the original language of the New Testament. This is book is written Andreas K Kostenberger, Benjamin L Merkle, and Robert L Plummer, who are all well known Bible scholars.

The purpose of this book is help its readers to study, read, and apply the New Testament as they study its original language. This book is filled with examples of how one can read the Greek New Testament and identify syntax, articles, and indicatives. All of these chapters are written with the notion that those reading have gone through some form of Greek class.

If you have studies Greek and want to go deeper in your study, this is the book for you. Grab your Greek New Testament along with this book and get ready to read God's Word in the original Greek language.

Thanks B&H Publishing for letting me review this book.

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