James Lewis

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James Lewis

Postby James Lewis » April 18th, 2013, 3:43 pm

Although my doctorate is in Theology, I remain fascinated by the study of Koine Greek and teach it at the Kansas School of Ministry, the diocesan seminary (Anglican). I was first introduced to the language in my Masters' studies in Historical Linguistics, which also included work in Old English, Latin and early Latin. Growing up in a Hispanic country added Spanish to my language repertory.
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Re: James Lewis

Postby Stephen Carlson » April 22nd, 2013, 1:11 pm

Welcome to the list, James! Please feel to share your experiences teaching and learning Greek with us here in the forum.
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Re: James Lewis

Postby mwpalmer » April 29th, 2013, 6:17 pm

Welcome to B-Greek James. Since you have a background in Linguistics and a solid enough reading knowledge of Greek to be teaching at a seminary, I'd like to recommend that you browse the Greek Language and Linguistics forum: viewforum.php?f=10.

I also have a background in Linguistics and speak Spanish as fluently as I do English. Which Latin American country did you grow up in?
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Re: James Lewis

Postby Jeremy Adams » April 30th, 2013, 2:29 am

Welcome James!

I was just checking out where you teach online, that looks pretty interesting. Can non-Episcopalians attend classes? I look forward to interacting with you on the forums!
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Re: James Lewis

Postby Scott Lawson » May 7th, 2013, 12:30 pm

James Lewis wrote:Although my doctorate is in Theology, I remain fascinated by the study of Koine Greek and teach it at the Kansas School of Ministry, the diocesan seminary (Anglican). I was first introduced to the language in my Masters' studies in Historical Linguistics, which also included work in Old English, Latin and early Latin. Growing up in a Hispanic country added Spanish to my language repertory.


Quiero añadir mi bienvenido también James. Yo crecí en un país de Hispano América también...fue en Southern California de los E.E. U.U..
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