Answer Key to Machen

Answer Key to Machen

Postby dasilva38078 » November 18th, 2011, 9:35 pm

I'm sure someone has already asked this, but I'm looking for the exercise answers to the Machen 2nd Ed. textbook to help in my studies. Any ideas if it exists?
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Re: Answer Key to Machen

Postby Alan Patterson » December 2nd, 2011, 8:03 am

In the archives...

There are also answers in "Study Guide for J.Greham Machen's New Testament
Greek for Beginners" by David L. Thompson. It is still in print and a VERY
helpful guide to the textbook.
answer by Kat Doe

I've not seen the book myself
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Re: Answer Key to Machen

Postby Barry Hofstetter » December 3rd, 2011, 9:01 am

dasilva38078 wrote:I'm sure someone has already asked this, but I'm looking for the exercise answers to the Machen 2nd Ed. textbook to help in my studies. Any ideas if it exists?


May I ask why you need it? If you are in a class, your professor should be able to correct your answers. If you are not in a class, there are better ways and textbooks to pursue your studies.

here are also answers in "Study Guide for J.Greham Machen's New Testament
Greek for Beginners" by David L. Thompson. It is still in print and a VERY
helpful guide to the textbook.
answer by Kat Doe

I've not seen the book myself


http://www.biblicalgreek.org/books/Lib1.html

This appears to be keyed to the orignal Machen, not the revised edition. As I recall from tutoring a student with the revised edition (I taught out of the original at WTS for 4 years), some of the excercises are quite different, but my memory of this is old, and may not be accurate. And, with all due respect, how can you recommend a text you've never seen?
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Re: Answer Key to Machen

Postby Alan Patterson » December 7th, 2011, 10:39 pm

And, with all due respect, how can you recommend a text you've never seen?


The recommendation was from the original poster. I tried to indicate that but it seems I was a bit unclear. Sorry.
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Re: Answer Key to Machen

Postby Barry Hofstetter » December 10th, 2011, 8:49 am

Alan Patterson wrote:
And, with all due respect, how can you recommend a text you've never seen?


The recommendation was from the original poster. I tried to indicate that but it seems I was a bit unclear. Sorry.


Ah, ok, I missed that, my apologies.
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Re: Answer Key to Machen

Postby Mike Noel » January 3rd, 2012, 1:23 pm

Barry Hofstetter wrote:
May I ask why you need it? If you are in a class, your professor should be able to correct your answers. If you are not in a class, there are better ways and textbooks to pursue your studies.



I know this isn't exactly on topic for the post but I second this statement. I worked through Machen in self-study (using Thompson for the answer key) and after completing the entire book I felt like I was still at a low-beginner level. My top recommendation now is Groton's From Alpha to Omega.
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