||Stanley Porter et al.,
Fundamentals of New Testament Greek,
||William Mounce, Basics
of Biblical Greek, 3d ed., Zondervan, 2009
||David Alan Black, Learn
to Read New Testament Greek, 3d ed., Broadman & Holman, 2009
||John H. Dobson,
Learn New Testament Greek,
3d ed., with CD-ROM
The Elements of New Testament
Greek, 3d ed., Cambridge Univ. Press, 2005
||J. Gresham Machen,
New Testament Greek for
Beginners, 1923; 2d ed., Prentice Hall, 2004
||A. K. M. Adam, Grammar
for New Testament Greek,
rev. ed., Abingdon Press, 1998
||Ray Summers, Essentials
of New Testament Greek,
rev. Thomas Sawyer, Broadman & Holman, 1995
Workbook $20.00 (paperback)
Workbook $22.99 (paperback)
Workbook $29.99 (paperback)
||Hardcover $91.00; paperback
$52.00 (with CD-ROM) or $31.00 (without CD)
Student Guide $24.99 (paperback)
|CD or Online
||Online support to include
test bank, answer key, vocab. program, extra exercises and games.
||Online helps including flashcards;
extra resources available include printed cards and charts.
|CD includes vocab. lists,
reading passages, paradigms, vocalization of Greek alphabet and words.
||Comprehensive, clear, and
linguistically up-to-date; lays a solid foundation for students going
on in Greek or NT exegesis.
||Aimed particularly toward
seminary students; exegetically oriented with a devotional flair; approaches
learning Greek as a tool for ministry.
||Concise, user friendly; prepares
students to begin reading Greek.
||Emphasizes learning to read
Greek; from the outset exposes students to reading the Greek NT
||Aimed specifically at helping
students learn to read the Greek NT.
||The classic, still widely
used. Written in an era that presumed stronger grammatical foundation
than is usual today.
||Concise and authoritative
introduction designed to acquaint students with the vocab. and sentence
structure of the Greek NT.
||A basic grammar; uses the
now unpopular eight-case system.
||Stanley Porter, primary author
— president, dean, and professor of New Testament at McMaster Divinity
College — has published widely in Greek grammar, NT interpretation,
rhetoric, and many other fields.
||William D. Mounce works as
a writer in Washougal, Washington. He is the president of BiblicalTraining.org,
a nonprofit organization that prepares resources for discipleship in
the local church.
||David Alan Black is professor
of New Testament and Greek at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.
||In his long career, John H.
Dobson taught Greek and Hebrew effectively in many different countries
||Jeremy Duff is director of
Lifelong Learning in the Liverpool Diocese and canon of Liverpool Cathedral;
previously taught Greek at Oxford Univ.
||J. Gresham Machen (d. 1937)
led in founding Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, where
he was professor of NT.
||A. K. M. Adam, a biblical
scholar, theologian, author, priest, technologist, and blogger, has
taught at Princeton and Duke and is now at the Univ. of Glasgow.
||Ray Summers was a beloved
professor of religion at Baylor University; his Greek text has trained
generations of pastors.