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Categories of Resources on This Page

*General Resources
*Greek Grammar
*English Grammar
*Drills/Exercises
*Manuscripts
*Textual Criticism
*Online Editions of the GNT

General Resources

The Biblical Greek Mailing List

http://www.ibiblio.org/bgreek/

A mailing list open to anyone who is interested in studying Biblical Greek. Note to students: this listserv can be used to ask questions grammar, vocabulary, syntax, etc., but should not be used to ask doctrinal questions of questions of interpretation. It should also not be used to answer homework questions.

Greek 300: Biblical Greek Tutorial

http://artsci.wustl.edu/~cwconrad/grk300.html

Annotated list of web sites by Carl Conrad, retired classics professor (Washington University, Saint Louis) and monitor of the Biblical-Greek listserv.

Greek Grammar on the Web

http://www.greekgrammar.com

An extensive list of web sites related to the study of ancient Greek, arranged by subject. The collection covers both the classical Greek period as well as the period of New Testament Greek, though sites that are of special interest to Biblical Greek students are marked with a special icon. The site is produced by professor Marc Huys of the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven.

Greek Language and Linguistics Gateway

http://www.greek-language.com/

This website contains many useful links for the study of ancient Greek, as well as plenty of links to resources in the general arena of linguistics and language studies. Thought not focused exclusively on New Testament Greek, this website provides links to many resources that can be helpful to first-year N.T. Greek students.

The Greek New Testament Gateway

http://www.ntgateway.com/greek/

An impressive list of Biblical Greek resources on the web, produced by Mark Goodacre of the University of Birmingham. Highly Recommended!

New Testament Pages Plus

http://faculty.bbc.edu/rdecker/default.htm

Rodney Decker, a New Testament professor at Baptist Bible Seminary, has put together this collection of links to web sites, as well as links to documents that he has authored. Several of the links and the documents pertain to the study of New Testament Greek.

Perseus Digital Library

http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/

Searchable digital library containing many ancient Greek texts, plus resources for the study of Greek, including digital books, and searching and parsing tools. Hosted by Tufts University.

Greek Grammar

Biblical Greek Resources

http://www.biblicalgreek.org

This site contains several learning tools to help students review basics of Greek grammar. There is also a comprehensive exam you can take to assess your progress after the completion of a first year Greek course. This site is produced by the Institute of Biblical Greek.

Elementary Greek

http://www.theology.edu/greek01.htm

A series of brief lessons on the basics of Greek grammar from Jim West, ThD.

“Little Greek” Homepage

http://www.ibiblio.org/koine/

Contains resources and recommendations for learning Greek. Especially helpful are the series of brief introductory lessons to learning Greek, written by the web site’s author, Jonathan Robie.

New Testament Greek Online Course

http://website.lineone.net/~ntgreek/index.html

Series of online lessons covering the essential aspects of the Greek language. Created by Michael Haggett.

Resources for Learning NT Greek

http://www.ntgreek.org/index.html

The resources on this site include a brief introduction to Greek grammar written by the author of the site, and a brief dictionary of essential grammatical and linguistic terms. Site produced by Corey Keating.

Drills and Exercises

New Testament Greek 1: Susan Jeffers’ Course Site

http://www.earlham.edu/~jeffesu/NTGreek1.html

Susan Jeffers, an instructor in Biblical Greek at Bethany Theological Seminary (Richmond, IN), has made available several helpful audio files on her course introduction web site. A collection of .wav files provide practice in pronouncing the alphabet, as well as vocabulary words, phrases, and even passages from the Greek New Testament. Permission is granted on her course site to use the files even if you are enrolled in her course.

Song of the Lamb

http://www.songofthelamb.com/

This site includes online drills designed to be used with William Mounce’s textbook The Basics of Biblical Greek . The site contains four free drills: vocabulary, nouns, forms of the model verb, and participles. The drills are helpful even if you don’t use the textbook; no downloads or special fonts are required to use it.

English Grammar

OWL: Purdue University’s Online Writing Lab

http://owl.english.purdue.edu/

This web site from Purdue University provides several resources that can assist first-year Greek students in reviewing English grammar. The following page: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/handouts/grammar/index.html in particular provides helpsheets created by OWL staff members that review parts of speech such as nouns, verbs, prepositions, participles and infinitives.

Ancient Greek Manuscripts

Biblical Manuscripts Project

http://alpha.reltech.org:8080/

This page, produced by the Religion and Technology Center, provides information about images of Greek New Testament manuscripts and ongoing efforts to digitize them. Also contains links to several images from different New Testament Greek manuscripts

Chester Beatty Library Image Gallery

www.cbl.ie/imagegallery/gallery.asp

The image gallery contains some images from the collection of New Testament manuscripts on papyrus, housed in the library. These are some of the earliest copies of New Testament books. To access the manuscript images, click on the word “Western” at the top of the screen on the image gallery homepage.

Duke Papyrus Archive

http://scriptorium.lib.duke.edu/papyrus/texts/homepage.html

Though this online collection does not contain images of Greek New Testament manuscripts, it does contain images of several other ancient Greek manuscripts that may be of interest to Greek students. This digital library of ancient papryi fragments is hosted and maintained by Duke University.

The John Rylands Fragment

http://rylibweb.man.ac.uk/data1/dg/text/fragment.htm

This page, which is part of the John Rylands University Library website, gives a description of the John Rylands fragment of the Gospel of John. Also includes images of both sides of the fragment. The John Rylands Fragment contains a few verses from John 18, and is the oldest extant manuscript fragment of any book of the Greek New Testament.

University of Michigan Papyrus Collection

http://www.lib.umich.edu/pap/

The homepage of the University of Michigan’s Papyrus Collection contains information about ancient papyri manuscripts, as well as several online exhibits that feature images of texts from the collection. For examples of pages from New Testament manuscripts, see their online exhibit: From Papryi to King James: The Transmission of the English Bible, located at: http://www.lib.umich.edu/pap/exhibits/papyri_james/review.html

W. Willker’s Bible Pages

http://www-user.uni-bremen.de/~wie/ww_tc.html

Collection of resources useful for the study of the Greek New Testament. Much of the material relates to manuscripts and textual criticism. The web author’s pages include images of pages or fragments of several New Testament Greek manuscripts. Also includes information on textual criticism, including a text-critical commentary produced by the author of the site. Created by Wieland Willker, a German chemistry professor at the University of Bremen.

Textual Criticism

Interpreting Ancient Manuscripts

http://www.earlham.edu/~seidti/iam/interp_mss.html

Helpful web site designed by Timothy Seid, of the Earlham School of Religion. Gives a basic understanding of the science of textual criticism in its application to the Greek New Testament.

W. Willker’s Bible Pages

http://www-user.uni-bremen.de/~wie/ww_tc.html

Collection of resources useful for the study of the Greek New Testament. Much of the material relates to manuscripts and textual criticism. The web author’s pages include images of pages or fragments of several New Testament Greek manuscripts. Also includes information on textual criticism, including a text-critical commentary produced by the author of the site. Created by Wieland Willker, a German chemistry professor at the University of Bremen.

Online Editions of the

Greek New Testament

Great Treasures

http://www.greattreasures.org

This web site provides a fully keyword-searchable version of the text of the Greek NT.  One can also view various English translations in parallel columns.

Greek and Hebrew Reader’s Bible

http://bible.johndyer.name/

Morphologically tagged version of the Greek New Testament.  The text used on the site is the Tischendorf text.  Use the search box at the top of the page to select a passage from the GNT for display.

The Greek New Testament

http://www-user.uni-bremen.de/~wie/GNT/books.html

1881 Westcott-Hort text, combined with NA 26/27 textual variants. Uses the “Symbol” font. This is a resource created by W. Wilker, and is hosted on his “Bible Pages” web site.

Greek New Testament Audio

http://www.archive.org/details/audio

Download mp3 files of the Greek New Testament. The files contain audio recordings of the New Testament in Greek, read by Marilyn Phemister.  Search by the author’s name to find the files, or search for “Greek New Testament.”  Nice resource for students looking for help with learning the sounds and pronounciation of the language.

The Nestle-Aland Greek New Testament
http://www-users.cs.york.ac.uk/~fisher/gnt/
A browsable, searchable online edition of the Greek New Testament. The text is derived from the 26th edition of the Nestle-Aland text. There is also a nice parsing feature that allows you to click on a word and instantly receive the parsing information for it. The site does not require you to download any software, nor does it require the installation of any Greek fonts. A very useful free tool!

The Unbound Bible

http://unbound.biola.edu/

This Bible search site produced by Biola University allows users to search the 26th edition of the Nestle-Aland text and the 3rd edition of the United Bible Societies text. The site also provides a brief lexicon and a parsing tool.



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