You can learn to sight read the entire New Testament in Greek without a readers edition or Bible software. If it sounds difficult, you've probably fallen into one of the common traps...
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Darryl BurlingCreator of Master New Testament Greek
I was shocked at the stories of people who lost their Greek after seminary. So when I went to seminary to learn biblical Greek, I was determined that not only would I not lose my Greek afterwards, but that I would learn to read the New Testament in the original language fluently. That means without depending on a reader’s edition or software or any other helps.
I knew that the better I knew the original languages, the better I’d know the word of God and the God of the Word. I also knew that this would help me to be more effective in my ministry and help grow and sustain my own walk with the Lord.
This led me to develop the approach in Master New Testament Greek. Using this approach, I learned to read the entire Greek New Testament without relying on a reader’s edition, Bible software or any other helps just 4 years after I took my first Greek lesson.
What I discovered is that modern systems of learning Greek are targeted at people who are in seminary or who are researching in the languages. These systems and approaches often don’t work well for someone learning Greek outside of a classroom.
Now, after helping dozens of people on the same journey, I have noticed that there are a number of common mistakes that people make when they try to learn Greek alone.
So if you’re learning Greek outside of the classroom, don’t waste months or even years without getting the benefits of the language for yourself. I have compiled these common mistakes into a single PDF for you. Just enter your email address below and I’ll send it to you, free.