From: Eric Weiss (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon May 13 1996 - 08:50:18 EDT
The address on my box of vocabulary cards for GREEK TO ME (for some reason I
couldn't find it in the book anywhere -- but mine is a 1991 printing) is:
GREEK TO ME
c/o Dr. J. Lyle Story
6105 Adelphi Circle
Virginia Beach, VA 23464
approximate price $17.00, about the price of the text.
If this is incorrect, would someone please let us know.
I agree with Dr. Wheeler as to the effectiveness and necessity of the
vocabulary cards when using GREEK TO ME. Actually, the cards (since they
cover every word occurring 25+ times in the NT) could be used (and would be
useful) with any 1st- or 2nd-year Greek grammar.
A correspondent from this list suggested to me that the following was "very
revolutionary" in its approach, and said it would be very good for teaching
non-academic people (i.e., "plain church people") NT Greek:
LEARNING HOW TO READ NEW TESTAMENT GREEK WITH PEOPLE JUST LIKE YOU,
R.D. McGirr, Dallas: Context Scripture Translating, 1992.
Have any others on this list used this book, and how would you compare it to
GREEK TO ME (Story & Story)--or another 1st-year NT Greek grammar--in terms
of its novel and useful, but primarily successful, approach?
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