116B New Testament Greek Basics II
Prerequisite: 116A or consent of the instructor
New Testament Greek
This four-part program is a restructured study of New Testament Koine Greek. The objective is to familiarize students with the basics of the language and to learn how to use lexical aides so that they will be able to engage in serious exegesis for personal Bible study, teaching, and sermon preparation.
This course is a continuation of the study of essential Koine Greek words. Students will learn how to identify Greek nouns, verbs, and other elementary aspects of Greek grammar. They will also be introduced to lexical tools, like the Strong's Concordance, The Englishman's Concordance of the New Testament by George V. Wigram, the Analytical Greek Lexicon, and Vine's Expository Dictionary of the Bible.
Required for the NT Greek Basics Diploma.
Under the leadership of Pastor Roberto Munoz
Rev. Roberto Munoz has a Masters of Divinity from Concordia Seminary, Fort Wayne, Indiana, and has served 40 plus years in church ministry. He taught remedial Greek at Concordia Seminary, St. Catharines, Canada, and is now working on recording an audio version of the Greek New Testament. In the 2000s, he taught Film and Theatre at NYSB.
Main Campus Schedule
- Fall II - Mondays, 7:35 pm - Roberto Munoz