Basics of Biblical Greek Grammar [William D. Mounce] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Basics is a first year Greek grammar, supported by. Basics of Biblical Greek Grammar [William D. Mounce] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. First published in , Basics of Biblical Greek is. First published in , Basics of Biblical Greek is the most popular introduction William D Mounce (PhD, Aberdeen University) lives as a writer in Washougal.
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I love the incentives the author gives for studying each chapter by means of written examples by preachers and teachers showing the importance of each grammatical point for exegetical study.
As a result of feedback from professors, the author New, updated editions of the best-selling and most widely accepted textbook and workbook for learning biblical Greek William D. It is well organized and has a very encouraging practical mounnce of the new material being propose This is, in my humble opinion, the best Greek Grammar for first year students.
But Mounce’s book has it’s strengths and was helpful in many areas as well. Mounce presented the best textbook for learning New Testament Greek.
I am also planning on going through Wallace’s more advanced Grammar book later moumce year. However, if you are serious about pursuing New Testament Greek, I would highly recommend going through a reputable college or University.
The must-have primer for learning Koine Greek! These excellent tools for studying New Testament Greek are now even better. Hardcoverpages. I’m sure that this is a better method for some people, but I did not find it very useful.
Mounce has done an excellent job of simplifying the language and portraying the material in an easy to understand way. At the end of some chapters he has ‘exegesis’ sections that show you how what you have learned is used in exegesis.
Basics of Biblical Greek: Grammar |
By necessity some explanations are oversimplified that can be corrected with intermediate and advanced Greek Grammars such as the discussion of verbal aspect, case uses, and the syntax of participles and infinitives which are key for Greek Exegesis.
They are shorter and more focused on the grammar of the chapter. If you just want to survive, you can skip the notes. Jan 18, Preston Kelso rated it it was amazing. I liked that very much. Mounce takes an uncommon view of case endings which makes them easier to memorize.
The Basics of Biblical Greek : Grammar
Without taking advantage of these modern insights, Mounce puts the reader at a disadvantage and into the dangerous place of oversimplifying matters.
Top notch language-learning textbook. Online class We have a free online class that walks with you step by step, word by word, exercise by exercise, through the textbook and workbook, and helps you get to a place where you can use New Testament Greek to read your Bible and study its message. All make for a rather concise and well-organized work.
Basics of Biblical Greek: A separate workbook is also available.
The memorization in this grammar is also more minimal versus other grammars. For the pastor or layperson desiring to learn the language of the New Testament, this book is helpful for a number of reason. Feb 08, Robert Schut rated it it was bassics Shelves: However, he also includes more in-depth studies of grammar–especially rules for contractions of vowels–that, while unnecessary for students skilled at rote memorization gasics forms, are very interesting for folks like myself who need to see the “patterns” of a language in order to fully grasp the concepts.
New, updated editions bsaics the best-selling and most widely accepted textbook and workbook for learning biblical Greek. We have a free online class that walks with you step by step, word by word, exercise by exercise, through the textbook moynce workbook, and helps binlical get to a place where you can use New Testament Greek to read your Bible and study its message.
This book is wonderful to learn the Biblical Greek. Also, the vocabulary learned is kept to an absolute minimum, which at an early stage is probably beneficial. Great resource – I learned a lot! I would recommend it as a primary Greek Grammar textbook, or if one wishes to use a more technical Greek Grammar such as “Learn to Read New Testament Greek”, then this makes for a nice supplemental textbook to give students another encouraging approach at Greek grammar.