From: Jim West (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Aug 03 1999 - 11:20:25 EDT
At 02:24 AM 8/3/99 -0500, you wrote:
>I was wondering what kind of degree would someone need to have to be
>considered a scholar of the Greek language.
Well, one could have a PhD in classical studies- which I assume means one
knows Greek fairly well (i.e, is an expert therein) or- perhaps a doctorate
(PhD or ThD) in Biblical Studies/New Testament. Again, such a person would
of necessity be expert in matters Greek. ( A DMin- on the other hand-
usually has nothing to do with Greek or Hebrew because its a
I am always running the risk of sounding elitist- but I really dont believe
anyone without the requisite academic credentials can be considered an
expert in any field- no matter how much time they have put into personal
study of a topic.
This is true of medicine, physics, and languages.
Jim West, ThD
web page- http://web.infoave.net/~jwest
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