I recently posted at DomainThirtyThree regarding Koine Greek pronunciation. Check it out here.
Category Archives: Greek Language/Linguistics
The Role of Greek in Sermon Preparation (Part 2): Verbal Aspect
I heard of a seminary professor somewhat recently who said (paraphrased) that verbal aspect was something interesting in the 1990s and early 2000s, but that trend (not sure if this was the word he used) has now kind of faded. This was heard through a secondary source, so it may not be entirely accurate. But if thisContinue reading “The Role of Greek in Sermon Preparation (Part 2): Verbal Aspect”
The Role of Greek in Sermon Preparation (Part 1): Introduction
I’m beginning a new series of posts geared towards seminary students and preachers in using their Greek New Testament in preparing sermons. I’m assuming here that knowing the original languages is important to proper sermon preparation. But it seems to me that many pastors seem to have “lost” their original languages since leaving seminary, orContinue reading “The Role of Greek in Sermon Preparation (Part 1): Introduction”