From: Gordon Goltz (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Feb 01 2002 - 22:50:44 EST
To Michael Sawilowsky and all others
The answer to that question is "both". One needs to study Greek to be
able to read it, and as one reads it, one needs to study--paying attention
to forms, syntax, grammar, etc. And just keep doing it.
I was introduced to koine Greek over 40 years ago. I kept up with it
through 35 years of parish ministry, and now that I am retired, I continue
to read and study this beautiful language--and I continue to learn.
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