Re: Reading Greek text

My personal opinion:
Mark's ok to start with.  Actually, I prefer John as a starting point due 
to the limited vocabulary and straight forward grammar.  After that, 
I Thessalonians is good; short and not too difficult.  From there you can 
move to some of the other short Pauline epistles like Galatians or 
Ephesians and parts of Acts if you have time.  That way you won't hit too 
many problem passages at once.


>Could somebody recommend a list of passages from the Greek New Testament that 
>start with very simple reading and then get progressively more difficult?  I 
>know that Mark is an easy book, compared to other books, but I'd like to 
>assign my students different passages from a variety of texts (i.e., gospels, 
>epistles, etc).  If you know of something like this already included in one of 
>the grammars, I'd appreciate just being pointed in the right direction.  
>Thanks for the help.
>Steve Waechter
>Instructor in New Testament & Greek
>Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary 
>swaechter@utmem1 (bitnet)
>swaechter@utmem1.utmem.edu (internet)