Beginning New Testament Greek Made Easier Fifth Edition (Paperback)
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A teacher says: "This is book is really the best I have ever seen, and there are a lot of them out there." Herbert Brasher, Jr. Forman Christian College, Lahore, PakistanStudents say: "Beginning New Testament Greek Made Easier did exactly what the title promised. The clear, concise explanations with chapters that built in logical order made it feel that each new chapter was only a small extension of the previous ones. In a very short time I was able to translate portions of the actual Greek New Testament." Kate Suchanek "I found this book comprehensive yet concise. It's satisfying being able to read portions of the New Testament after only 13 weeks." Tim Turner"NT Greek Made Easier was a lifesaver It taught me what I needed to know, when I needed to know it. I quickly learned to put the work in each week to master the vocabulary, go over each section multiple times and build on the knowledge I already had. NT Greek Made Easier was a great road map to guide me through a potentially overwhelming experience. My best piece of advice? Trust the process " Karen Collum"What did I enjoy the most about beginning my journey as a student of this ancient language? Learning Greek vocabulary and then putting it to use in translating passages from the New Testament. Professor Robert McIver's textbook makes what could be a daunting task manageable by pacing the introduction of new words and by creating exercises that, through clever repetition, offer challenge and reward." Brenton StaceyDo you want an introduction to New Testament Greek that: (1) Gives full explanations of both English and Greek grammar (shorter is not necessarily easier); (2) Does not confuse you with too much at the beginning, but by the time it ends provides broad coverage of the grammar of the Greek NT (incomplete is definitely not easier); (3) Introduces new material in small easily understood increments; (4) Provides exercises that give ample practice as well as answers to exercise questions; (5) Gets you reading from the New Testament as early as possible by placing the vocabulary and grammar that are used most frequently early in the book; (6) Includes notes and guidance for translating John chapters 1 through 11? Then Beginning New Testament Greek Made Easier is the book for you. This book provides a step by step learning process for those wishing to learn to translate the Greek New Testament. Beginners are not overloaded with information at the start, but the book does not quit before providing the grammar and syntax needed to translate from the Gospel of John.About the author: Robert K. McIver (Rob) began his professional career as a teacher of mathematics in a government high school in Christchurch, New Zealand. Since then he has been a student (twice), a church pastor, and from 1988 he has spent most of his time researching, writing and lecturing New Testament and Greek at Avondale College of Higher Education, NSW, Australia. Among his other roles he is editor of Avondale Academic Press, director of the Spirituality and Worship Research Centre, a husband, and a father of two beautiful daughters. He has wide research interests, and has published in scholarly journals as diverse as New Testament Studies and Applied Cognitive Psychology. His book publications include: Verbatim and Gist Parallels Between the Gospels: Coded Greek Synopsis and Selected Statistics; Memory, Jesus and the Synoptic Gospels; Mainstream or Marginal: The Matthean Community in Early Christianity; 1 and 2 Peter; and The Four Faces of Jesus.