Download Philippians: A Greek Student’s Intermediate Reader

Philippians: A Greek Student's Intermediate Reader

Reading the original text of the New Testament often remains intimidating to the student after the foundational year of Greek. This text will help second year students bridge the gap from elementary grammars and exercises to the biblical text itself. Ideal as a textbook in a semester length study of the text of Philippians by intermediate seminary or college students, it w
Reading the original text of the New Testament often remains intimidating to the student after the foundational year of Greek. This text will help second year students bridge the gap from elementary grammars and exercises to the biblical text itself. Ideal as a textbook in a semester length study of the text of Philippians by intermediate seminary or college students, it will help them gain confidence in Greek syntax–the way words are combined and used to express thought–as they work their way through an entire New Testament book.


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