What's on your Greek Christmas Wish List?

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What's on your Greek Christmas Wish List?

Postby mgiannini » December 2nd, 2011, 9:47 am

Just wondering what other's had on their Greek Christmas wish list this year. I'm trying to put together some ideas for my family. I'm self-taught and would classify myself as early-intermediate in terms of progress with the language.

I'm particularly interested in Living Koine right now and my current #1 item would be "Living Koine Greek" by Randall Buth.

But I expect there are a lot of resources I am not even aware of. Any suggestions for extra-biblical Koine greek reading? Anything new and shiny out there?

Thanks,
Matthew
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Re: What's on your Greek Christmas Wish List?

Postby Mark Lightman » December 8th, 2011, 10:07 pm

Matthew asked

Just wondering what other's had on their Greek Christmas wish list this year...Anything new and shiny out there?


Hi, Matthew,

To me the ideal Christman gift is something I sort of want but would never buy myself, like a fondue maker or the autobiography of Mitt Romney. The most extravagant Greek book I own is Funk's Synopsis of the Four Gospels in Greek and English.

http://www.amazon.com/Synopsis-Four-Gos ... 073&sr=8-3

It's expensive at over $80.00, but it's lots of fun. It's the sort thing I would put on my coffee table if I had a coffee table.

Happy Christmas to you and yours!
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