Learn Biblical Greek: Do I have what it takes?

Want to master biblical Greek? Not sure what sort of commitment it takes? It depends on how much Greek you’ve already done, so in this week’s video, I’ll provide you with everything you need to know about the kind of commitment you’ll need to make to master New Testament Greek, whether you’re a beginner, or you’re working in the Greek of the New Testament regularly.

I break the commitment down into two things: time, i.e. how much time you’ll need to spend, and the regular habits you’ll need to employ.

Essentially, there are 3 core habits you’ll need to work on to master Greek. If you can do these 3 things, you’ll be able to master the New Testament in Greek.

Links mentioned:
Free online parsing tool: https://mastergreek.com

Let me know which of these 3 habits you think is the most difficult and why. Click here to leave your comment.


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