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Perhaps we can suggest a few sites where B-Greek discussions gone-theological can go to discuss things from a theological perspective? I don't know where that would be, but I'm sure there are a few sites which would qualify. My two cents are to keep a tight lid on theological discussions. It detract...
- May 26th, 2011, 11:09 am
- Forum: Teaching Methods
- Topic: Best Passages to teach learn Participles
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Does anyone have any favorite NT passages which they use to teach participles? Here is a quick table of participle rich NT chapters, down to 5%. I'm looking for a good representative usage (not all nominatives) with a vocab that is not too unfamiliar and structure that is not too complex. Any ideas?...
- May 24th, 2011, 1:54 pm
- Forum: Bible Study Software
- Topic: Which Bible Study Software?
- Replies: 6
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I use Logos which is pretty good. Of course you have to Buy the BDAG lexicon on top of the Biblical Languages package. It was worth it. But searching for structures seems to me really hard to do. I think you can do it (I think Logos uses Emdros by Ulrik Sandborg-Petersen for the syntactic query part...
- May 24th, 2011, 10:26 am
- Forum: Teaching Methods
- Topic: Storytelling (Story asking)
- Replies: 4
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One of the things I've tried in my class this year was storytelling. We have gone through a number of passages. I put a chart of the interrogative questions with their glosses on the wall. We go through the story, and I have a chart up of the certain grammatical conjugation (usually) which are talki...
Here is a list of Greek Composition books which are available online. Some have keys. All are for Attic and none are for Koine. As far as I know, there is no Koine composition book. Greek Prose Composition, North and Hillard http://www.textkit.com/learn/ID/51/author_id/11/ Greek Prose Composition Ke...
Edwin Donnelly on his website edonnelly.com http://www.edonnelly.com/google.html#8 keeps a list of Greek Grammars which are in the public domain. The list is impressive - but it does not include books written after 1923.
The Alpheios Project http://alpheios.net/ makes software for reading ancient Greek texts online. Alpheios is a web browser add-in that lets you turn Greek text on a web page into a live Greek text with pop-up parsing and lexicon integration.
A.T. Robertson's 'A Grammar of the New Testament in Light of Historical Research (1921), is one of the best resources for the advanced Greek student - often when no other person comments on a construction, Robertson talks about it. His book is in the public domain and has been digitized into an MS W...
- May 21st, 2011, 9:21 am
- Forum: New Testament
- Topic: Online New Testament Texts
- Replies: 0
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There are many online texts of the Greek New Testament in their various editorial editions. If you need to cut and paste from an online text, all these resources are in UNICODE. Laparola.net/greco http://www.laparola.net/greco/ has the following editions: Nestle-Aland/UBS , Westcott-Hort, Tischendor...
- May 21st, 2011, 8:40 am
- Forum: Septuagint and Pseudepigrapha
- Topic: Pseudepigrapha Online Texts
- Replies: 3
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The site the Online Critical Pseudepigrapha http://www.mystfx.ca/academic/religious-studies/ocp/ is an ongoing project to digitize the Old Testament Pseudepigrapha. Ken Penner, one of the B-Greek moderators is part of this project. The official link URL is http://www.purl.org/net/ocp