New Testament Greek
- Publish Date: 1997-10-16
- Binding: Hardcover
- Author: Gerald L. Stevens
In only a few years, New Testament Greek has become a proven textbook in language and religion courses. One of the greatest advantages over other Greek textbooks is flexibility: New Testament Greek and the accompanying workbook can be easily adapted for use in a single course or a two-course sequence.
This second edition updates and strengthens the material presented in the first edition while maintaining the popular original format. The integrated grammar and workbook system is distinguished by large, easy-to-read fonts, graphics, and copious tables. Thirty-four lessons provide a solid introduction to Greek grammar and are also adaptable to the needs of the intermediate student. Stevens presents English grammar at the beginning of each new unit and builds a bridge to Greek grammar; What to Learn sections at the end of each lesson reinforce the material and aid in review. The text emphasizes the five-case noun system early in the discussion and syntax material is coordinated with Winberry and Brooks'Syntax of New Testament Greek (also published by University Press of America). Four appendixes, three vocabulary indexes, a deponents index, an annotated bibliography, a subject index, and a glossary accompany the text.
The second edition adds new graphics, more tables, enhanced and updated discussions, a new deponents index, and a brand new section on charts to help students visualize grammatical statistics.