koin/ classical-difference

From: christopher eckels (c.eckels@worldnet.att.net)
Date: Tue May 02 2000 - 23:15:47 EDT

Question. what is the difference between studying koin greek versus the
classical greek? A siminary I know calls koin greek baby greek. was koin
greek all lower case letters, and thus the new testament written in the
lower case greek alphabet. Lastly I notice some greek manuscripts written
with the use of capitol greek letters, why? Is there a difference .
Thanks for any help

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