From: David J. Sugg (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Mar 18 2002 - 08:31:21 EST
I have found the reading plan and comments at
http://www.btinternet.com/~MisPar/GNotes/ by Peter Misselbrook to be a
great help in getting into the regular reading of the Greek New Testament.
In our Church, we read consecutively through the New Testament, a portion
each week. I use the notes at Peter's web site to study the next weeks
passage, allowing me to follow along on Sunday morning.
> Dear List -
> Hello! I am a new member to b-greek. I have been studying Greek (Koine and
> Homeric) for a couple of years, and but only now have I decided to get
> 'serious' regarding my study. I am currently looking for commentaries on
> certain books of the Greek Bible (particularly Luke, Acts, Romans) which
> will aid in my reading - while my knowledge of Greek morphology is up to
> speed, some of my knowledge of certain aspects of syntax and of Koine idioms
> is wanting, and I thus require a commentary which will aid in these aspects.
> Any ideas?
> Also, has the list ever considered picking a book of the NT to 'read
> Much appreciated,
> Andrew Jackson
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