The Language of the Greek Bible (GRKA3601)


This is a unit designed for those who have already completed at least two semesters of Greek, whether Ancient or New Testament. We will focus on extending grammatical knowledge and syntax, in addition to reading selections from a number of important biblical texts. Interpretation as well as translation will play a major part in the unit.

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3x1-hr seminars/week


1x2000wd essay (50%) and 1x2hr exam (50%)

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Prerequisites and assumed knowledge

GRKA2600 or (MGRK2675 and MGRK2676)

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