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Posted: 2/17/14
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Biblical Greek Resources

Biblical Greek (Koine) is essential for a complete Christian education. The Institute of Biblical Greek has collected the following resources to promote the study of Biblical (Koine) Greek in Christian education and to help students learning Biblical (Koine) Greek. Below our online Biblical Greek aids, we have presented a brief overview of the Institute of Biblical Greek and its mission to advance education of the language of the New Testament.

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Biblical Greek Overview:

Biblical Greek (Koine) is essential for Christian education. The Institute of Biblical Greek promotes the study of Biblical (Koine) Greek in Christian education and supports many online educational resources for students learning Biblical (Koine) Greek. Also the Institute is a resource and tool for instructors who teach Koine Greek, the language of the New Testament. For those who would like personal instruction in Koine Greek, the Institute of Biblical Greek offers live online classes and information about intensive New Testament Language training classes in many US locations. This educational Greek site also includes recommended books for learning Biblical Greek and Biblical Greek reference materials. The site also is a gateway, having many links to free online learning tools & study aids, free online reference texts & tools, and a Greek forum.


Mission:

The Institute of Biblical Greek has a mission to promote academic study of the New Testament in the original language. If only five percent of the Christian church were able to read and study the New Testament in the original Greek many divisions would be reconciled and much spiritual growth in unity would result. Currently, the interest in the Greek language is a mere fraction of the interest in classical Latin studies. Thus, the promotion of Biblical Greek is truly a mission work.

The Institute of Biblical Greek is committed to provide both live distance education and conventional classes to make this Biblical language more accessible. Currently, we offer both live online classes and touring intensive seminars. The Institute of Biblical Greek is also planning on starting a publishing branch to promote more diverse Biblical Greek learning tools for all ages. In addition to empowering new authors this branch will also reprint many classic and hard to find Greek texts that have long since gone out of print.

The Institute of Biblical Greek is also committed to offering many educational pages freely online. This not only includes educational lectures, graphic, charts and audio files, but also recommending books and links to other helpful sites online.

The language of the New Testament may well be the most essential element for the life of the Christian church. Thank you for your involvement in this mission.



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