New Testament Greek Language Studies I
The course offers students a foundation for studies in the New Testament Greek language. Students will learn the Greek alphabet and script and gain a familiarity with its basic paradigms and grammatical forms. They will learn the grammatical and technical terminology necessary to describe how the language operates. Students will develop a core basic vocabulary. By the end of the course students should be able to translate simple sentences to and from this language.
Students will be well placed to pursue further studies in Greek language in a second level course, as well as engage in greater depth in the other courses in scripture studies.
Not currently available.
1. Demonstrate familiarity with basic Grammar and Syntax of New Testament Greek;
2. Demonstrate knowledge of a basic Greek vocabulary;
3. Navigate dictionaries and concordances (books and computer programs);
4. Articulate the value of New Testament Greek for an understanding of the text.
This course provides an introduction to the New Testament Greek language.
This course replaces the following course(s): GREK1013. Students who have successfully completed GREK1013 are not eligible to enrol in RELT1032.
This course replaces GREK1013. If you have successfully completed GREK1013 you cannot enrol in this course.
Quiz: 10 x weekly online quizzes
Online Learning Activity: 5 x discussion board translations
In Term Test: Examination: On-line
Face to Face On Campus 2 hour(s) per Week for Full Term