New Testament Greek: An Introductory Grammar
This introductory course in New Testament Greek assumes no knowledge either of the language or of technical terms, and carries the student up to and beyond the standard required for ordination exams. Examples are quoted mainly from St Mark. Exercises provide practice in translation.
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