[B-Greek] sabbatical year of Greek study
javurek at asu.edu
Mon Jul 11 12:10:23 EDT 2005
E-Mail:javurek at asu.edu
Dallas Theological Seminary in Dallas, Texas has an M.A. degree
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[mailto:b-greek-bounces at lists.ibiblio.org] On Behalf Of Susan Jeffers
Sent: Thursday, July 07, 2005 8:26 AM
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Cc: obrien at cyber.net.pk
Subject: [B-Greek] sabbatical year of Greek study
---------------Greetings Greekers! Copy to John O'Brien
I recently received the following inquiry - anyone who has a suggestion
please respond directly to John O'Brien at obrien at cyber.net.pk
John O'Brien's inquiry:
Greetings from Pakistan!
Excuse me if I intrude upon your valuable time.
I am a missionary in Pakistan and have been here for many years. I have
year of sabbatical study coming up and wish to use it studying New
Testament Greek - preferably for a Master's degree; with a view to Bible
I have degrees in Theology; so Theology as such is not my main focus for
this sabbatical. I studied NT Greek years ago - it's there somewhere,
While searching on the Internet your name appeared in what seemed to be
most promising places for what I had in mind. The
University/college/seminary may be anywhere: USA, Europe, UK or
What matters is a course for a year devoted almost entirely to the text
the NT and leading to a Master's degree.
If you know of such a programme - or of one approximating to it, I would
most grateful if you would point me in that direction.
With thanks for your generous consideration of this letter.
EMail: susan at read-the-bible.org
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