New Testament Greek: A Reader Joint Association of Classical Teachers
This book offers a selection of texts with vocabulary. Its purpose is to help readers understand and enjoy the New Testament in Greek. There are substantial excerpts from all four gospels, from Acts, and from a variety of epistles. The book is aimed at those who have been studying Greek for perhaps a year. Knowledge of the commonest word-endings and constructions is assumed, though with the help of a grammar (and English version) it should be accessible to students with less Greek than this. There is a checklist of about 350 of the commonest New Testament words. All other words are glossed as they occur. Some help with grammar is also given. Every chapter in every section is self-contained, so that readers can begin anywhere. Brief introductions draw attention to distinctive features of the various New Testament authors.