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THEO 369 - New Testament Greek

All the books of the New Testament were written in Koine (Common) Greek, a descendant of Classical Greek and the lingua franca for much of the Mediterranean during the Roman Empire. As an introduction to Koine Greek, this course provides a methodological treatment of the basics of the language: nouns, verbs, adjectives, particles, and sentence formation. With added attention to the formation of the New Testament, primary attention is given to New Testament vocabulary and texts, making this a good basis for careful study of the New Testament. Prerequisite: THEO 224, or consent of instructor.

THEO 369 - New Testament Greek - Details

Prerequisite
THEO 224
Credits
3
Offered: