I have been in the pastorate now for 20 years and continue to use the NT
Greek text in preparation for both teaching and preaching. I never took
a course in classical Greek. I'm not saying this to discourage you from
doing so, but simply to stress our priorities. One has to stay focused on
his mission. For me, it is a mastery of the Word of God so that I can be
a blessing to the flock.
Paul S. Dixon, Pastor "Negative Inference Fallacies of
Ladd Hill Bible Church Acts 2:38, Mt 19:9, and 1 Cor 11:5"
Wilsonville, OR http://users.aol.com/dixonps/nif.htm
On Sat, 21 Sep 1996, Toby Thomas wrote:
> This is the first time I've posted to "b-greek." I have been lurking in
> the background and have appreciated most of the postings. I am a real
> "Little Greek," so I don't have to duck for some, they just go overn my
> head. I'd appreciate any more suggestions on self-teaching methods,
> Computer study material etc.
> I pastor a small church in Cleveland, OH (Go Tribe) which means there are
> Universities near me. Would it help to take a classical Greek class?
> Thanks for your help. I'll retreat to my corner.
> Toby Thomas
> Brooklyn Alliance Church
> Toby4@Juno.com or