23 Greek Course

NEW TESTAMENT GREEK

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This is the Reuchlinian pronunciation  of New Testament Greek.

Information on Reuchlinian pronunciation 1

Information on Reuchlinian pronunciation 2

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This is the best way to learn Greek, period.  Learning Greek using the Erasmus pronunciation will cripple your ability to understand Greek extensively.   Here you can utilize many of the Biblical words for modern Greek usage as well as get a better idea on how to handle them the Greek way.  There is no other course like this availble anywhere on the web, so I am offering it here free.  I would first suggest getting the Michael Thomas Greek course and learning the Modern Greek first.

This NT Greek course was put together by myself Donald Perry and Christoforatos Konstantinos.   Christoforatos Konstantinosan is an excellent teacher, who teaches Greek in Brooklyn NY.

This course is very simple, and it comes with an index to the Greek words in two Microsoft Word files that you can print out on Avery 4013 labels with a printer.  Each number has the Greek word and then then there is a separate set of labels for the answer under the same number.  But you first need to download the fonts.  After you print them out you can save them on flash cards.  And you can download these files onto your phone and play them in your car and take them with you or save them to your home computer.

I am very excited about this course and I hope you are too.  Because this is a new course, I am sure there will be some errors and deficiencies, but not to worry, these will be corrected over time.

Download the Macintosh TrueType font. The free Stuffit Expander is required to decompress the file. Decompress the file and put the font into the “Library/Fonts” directory.

Download a program that will install TekniaGreek into Windows and leave a second copy in your Teknia directory.

 

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Greek and English

 

    These are a sample of some links to unconstitutional anti-american Pastor Steve Anderson’s youtube videos on his thoughts about using modern Greek, with some additional information.  He uses the Trinitarian Bible Society Textus Receptus which is a backwards translation of the KJV by Scrivner, that is not the exact words of the KJV, which was done by and for the Revised Version Committee of Westott and Hort, of 1881.  The Greek was translated from the KJV, which rather was translated from Greek and Latin texts.  I prefer the Maurice Robinson text listed on my page, and I think it is more accurate.

Lesson 1 – Introduction – 4 Reasons to Learn Greek Language

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PvyArqkXMM8&index=1&list=PLmLlaNoL1WVu6gu8MZ9NlrQ26l4f7vZLg

Lesson 2 – The Greek Alphabet (Modern Pronunciation)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2Bvl_32u00&list=PLmLlaNoL1WVu6gu8MZ9NlrQ26l4f7vZLg&index=2

Lesson 3 – Resources for Learning Greek

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S1PZlyKVLRk&list=PLmLlaNoL1WVu6gu8MZ9NlrQ26l4f7vZLg&index=3

Please keep in mind that I do not now support Pastor Anderson’s Views on the Orlando shootings.  In response to his comments I will post some videos below.

Christian Pastors Adopt Sharia Law