[B-Greek] Teaching Biblical Greek to Lay people

Doug Hoxworth doughoxworth at yahoo.com
Thu Mar 2 11:27:15 EST 2006


He may respond to this email, but I would recommend
you get in touch with Eric Weiss on the list
(papaweiss1 at yahoo.com).  He has some good resources on
his site:

Main - http://www.geocities.com/dbcgreek/ntgreek.htm
Resouces -

Hope this helps.

Doug Hoxworth
Luther Rice University

--- Oscar Villa <filipino_workman at yahoo.com.ph> wrote:

> Dear Friends,
> I would like to know if you have/know of good
> resources to use to prepare an Introduction to
> Biblical Greek module for lay people in the church.
> I would like to design a course to pique the
> interest of people, whet their appetites to pursue
> learning Biblical Greek. I would like to build an
> appreciation of learning the Biblical languages, or
> at least help lay people understand how it helps the
> Christian as well as the Church.
> Has anyone tried to teach Greek to people who are
> not in seminary but want to grow in their knowledge
> of God's Word? What kind of materials do you
> recommend apart from Mounce's Greek for the Rest of
> Us?
> Oscar Villa
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