NT Greek Reading Group (Institute of Biblical Greek)

The NT Greek Reading Group translates 10-15 verses each week and works through a few books of the New Testament each year. The selections will change from year to year so that members will be able to work through most of the New Testament.

The course is designed for motivated individuals who desire to learn. There will be no grades given but performance should be judged by the level of interaction on the forum and in class during the group meeting and lecture.

Since participants will be translating portions of the Greek New Testament they must have a copy of a Greek New Testament. They don’t require any particular one, but they do recommend Logos Bible Software which has a number of Greek New Testaments, translations and other aids. IBG students can purchase Logos Bible Software at a 15% discount. Please visit their software page for recommendations for various packages. You can get a discount at www.logos.com/giaw.

Required Resources

Recommended Texts

Learn more about this NT Greek Reading Group from Institute of Biblical Greek

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