From: Frank J. Schmuck (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Nov 30 1999 - 16:26:44 EST
I noticed that this string is somewhat dead. After the first mention of
Machen there was no more. I was wondering if someone could contrast Machen
and Mounce relative to first year grammer.
From: Mark Gibbs [mailto:GibbsM@smcsc.edu]
Sent: Wednesday, November 24, 1999 6:32 PM
To: Biblical Greek
Subject: First year grammar
I (as it seems at this point) have been given the task of implementing
semesters of elementary Greek (100 or 200 level, with the possibility of
adding 2 more semesters later) here at SMC possibly by fall 2000. I am
thrilled that this is the direction that may be taken and that the
administration may see the value in this...
Question: I would like to take a survey of the B-Greek participants as
recommendation for first year Greek text...
This will be biblically focused (NT) rather than classically (though not
disregarded). I was brought up on Machen, but have had exposure to
Efird, and Wenham. It has been a while since I looked at the first year
offerings. What thinks ye?
If this has been addressed previously, please point me to the archives
Mark W. Gibbs
Professor of Religion
Spartanburg Methodist College
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