[b-greek] Introduction and a request

From: Stuart Graham (greum@enternet.com.au)
Date: Tue Oct 31 2000 - 22:04:24 EST

G'day everyone,

I have been recieving the B-Greek daily digest for some months now and have
followed it with keen interest, I thought it was about time to introduce
myself and make a request. I am completely new at Koine Greek having only
been studying it at home for a few months and from a "teach yourself book"
at that so I am not really going to be able to contribute much to
discussions here.

What my request is: does anyone know where on the Internet I might be able
to get original language copies of early Christian documents (eg the Church
Fathers etc in Greek or Latin)? I already have a near complete collection of
documents in English as well as different manuscripts of the NT such as
Westcott and Hort and the Septuagint and I desperately need original
language copies to practice my reading and translation. I have very limited
financial resources and would prefer to be directed to the location of
copies in ASCII or MS Word for Windows format rather than say books at
Amazon or the like.

If anyone can help me here I would appreciate it very much.

Stuart Graham.

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