> CARL W. CONRAD, C25001CC@WUVMD.BITNET OR C25001CC@WUVMD.WUSTL.EDU wrote:
> I was interested in what's been said about Mounce on the board the last
> couple days and I'd like to take a look at that.
I've been saving all of the mail that I received or was posted in response
to my original question. Here is what I have learned about _Basics of
Biblical Greek_ by William Mounce.
Andy Smith said,
"In my Greek classes, I use William Mounce, _Basics of Biblical Greek_
and recommend it highly."
He also said,
"They have released a new edition this year, which supposed to be free
Gary Collier said he is using Mounce and said,
"It's the most user friendly grammar I have found, though I'm not happy
w/ how it treats participles."
David Turner agreed with the recommendation of Mounce. He said,
"Mounce has a complete package, including Grammar, Workbook, vocabulary
and parsing software, quizzes, and exams. Also answers to Workbook
exercises, which are taken from the NT."
He also reiterated that he prefers Mounce because of the "package" approach.
Rodney Decker also recommended Mounce. He said,
"For someone working on their own it contains far more help and
explanations than others."
He also said,
"Mounce has another advantage that hasn't been mentioned: it is the
first af a multi-vol. set of books to be published by Zondervan
that will all key together. That would give you "growing room" and
use the same terminology as to do."
- Re: Mounce
- From: "Philip L. Graber" <firstname.lastname@example.org>