From: Bill Starkey (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Feb 26 2001 - 13:56:00 EST
My first NT Greek teacher used Machen. After 20 years and seeing what came
after it, I still say that it is the easiest way to introduce NT Greek.
Machen uses a very simple approach. It is not a "pretty" book with pictures.
That could be the reason teachers don't use it today!
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>On 25 Feb 2001, at 13:53, Carl W. Conrad wrote:
> At 1:08 PM -0500 2/25/01, Alexander Kyrychenko wrote:
> >New Testament Greek for Beginners by J. Gresham Machen:
> It should be borne in mind that when one "purchases" this "free" NT
> Greek textbook that's readily accessible on the web, one gets exactly
> as much as one pays for: inadequate explanations of Greek
> constructions, some questionable made-up Greek sentences to translate
> into English, and some still-more-questionable English sentences to
> translate into Greek. I used the text myself a few times, so I do have
> a basis for the judgment.
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