A veteran teacher guides students step-by-step through the Greek text of 1-3 John.
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This thorough supplemental workbook leaves no stone unturned! Presenting a twelve-step process for analyzing the Greek text of 1–3 John, A Workbook for Intermediate Greek will be especially welcomed by students in either their first year (second semester) or second year.
Students are expertly guided by well-crafted questions that help them gain a mastery of how words relate to each other. Throughout, Bateman focuses on syntax, but also offers ample grammar review, as well as many historical, exegetical, and grammatical comments.
A Workbook for Intermediate Greek can be easily used in conjunction with most Greek grammars. It is referenced to six intermediate grammars, including Daniel Wallace’s two standard works, and five beginning grammars, such as William Mounce’s Basics of Biblical Greek and John Wenham’s Elements of New Testament Greek. It also interacts with six Bible translations: KJV, NASB, NRSV, NIV, NET, and NLT. An electronic answer key is available from the publisher or author.
“A Workbook for Intermediate Greek is an excellent guide to the study of New Testament Greek, especially for students who have completed at least one year of grammatical study. It is extremely user-friendly as it walks the student through the exegesis and translation of 1–3 John. References to both beginning and intermediate grammars are keyed throughout the book. If you want to master (and not just learn) Greek, I recommend that you get and use this excellent study tool.”
—David Alan Black
Professor of New Testament and Greek
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
“This workbook is a welcome tool for helping students with translation and syntax, and 1–3 John are terrific for entry-level learning. Whether in part or whole, the material can be easily integrated within an intermediate grammar course. In our particular context I recommend this book to our first year morphology students: ‘Use it for getting ahead on syntax during the summer!’”
—William J. Webb
Professor of New Testament Greek
Heritage Seminary, Cambridge, Ontario, Canada
Herbert W. Bateman IV has taught beginning and intermediate Greek for more than twenty years on the college and graduate level. He is the editor of Four Views on the Warning Passages in Hebrews, Three Central Issues in Contemporary Dispensationalism, and Authentic Worship.About the Author:
Herbert W. Bateman IV (PhD, Dallas Th eological Seminary) has taught Greek language and exegesis for more than twenty years. He is the Author or editor of many works on the General Epistles, including Charts on the Book of Hebrews, Four Views on the Warning Passages in Hebrews, and a forthcoming commentary on Jude and 2 Peter.
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