[B-Greek] Audio Greek NT

Curtis Hinson curtis at curtishinson.com
Mon Nov 27 23:21:05 EST 2006

I guess it's time for our monthly discussion on this same topic!  If you 
check the archives you'll see what I mean, this seems to come up every 
four weeks or so with people asking which pronunciation is best, what 
about Zodhiates, greeklatinaudio, and Pheimster, does it even matter, 
etc etc.

Greeklatinaudio is an honest and rudimentary attempt by someone to read 
the GNT using a modern Greek accent.  He is not a native speaker and he 
does a poor job of speaking the language clearly with natural euphony, 
tone, and rhythm.  The guy pronounces his chi badly, seemingly confusing 
it with kappa, and has a few other strange habits.

Given a choice I'd go with Zodhiates' work until something better is 
available.  Look in the archives:


Bless the Name
Curtis Hinson

David McKay wrote the following on 11/27/2006 10:08 PM:
> How do you define the pronunciation in the recordings
> at http://www.greeklatinaudio.com/
> I find that the speaker seems to read with meaning,
> whereas Marilyn Phemister's do not seem to have much
> of a structure.
> David McKay
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