This video goes through 4 samples of translating Koine Greek. It focuses on a step by step process of translation. It emphasizes what goes first, second and third as you translate Biblical Greek into English. This video is a part of the Lesson 4 of the Greek Quest. I pray this video helps you to […]
Below is the written account of the video above with a little more details. “And the word was a god.” Who did not encounter this rendering of John 1:1? Perhaps there is no devoted Christian who never heard this bold interpretation of καὶ θεὸς ἦν ὁ λόγος. Whether you want it or not a big group […]
Greek alphabet has two letters that give the same sound [o]. Today grammarians are still not sure why Greeks needed two letters with identical pronunciation. We may not clarify this dilemma; however, we can definitely discover something unique, special and useful when we look closer at these letters. In this article we will look at […]
In the video below I review the Greek Quest homework for the lesson one. I properly read Greek words paying attention to breathing marks and accents.
In this lesson I explain the Greek accents, breathing marks and punctuation signs. First, I cover the topic of the breathing marks explaining the types of breathing marks and their importance. We look at numerous examples and practice. Second, I touch briefly the Greek accents. Thirdly, I discuss four types of punctuation signs. Finally, we […]
In this video I discuss the Greek Diphthongs. First, I overview types of Greek vowels. Then I explain the proper and improper diphthongs giving right pronunciation and providing examples. Lastly, I talk about the only digraph in Greek.