Biblical Greek and the Local Church

Many of my friends have read this blog over the past week and have suffered through a number of posts on biblical Greek. I hope I haven’t scared you away from furthering your knowledge of biblical Greek or your desire to learn biblical Greek.

On that note, I thought it would be a good time to announce that I will be offering a biblical Greek class to all interested. The class will start sometime in January at Cary Alliance Church which is located in Apex, N.C. We will be using Dr. Black’s Grammar Learning to Read New Testament Greek. As always, the class will be offered free of charge. More information will be provided at a later time.

My goal is to bring you from not knowing the alphabet (with the exception of maybe α, ω, and π) to being able to read the New Testament. I will stick with you as long as you stick with me– just ask my Hebrew Students who are in the middle of translating Judges and Ruth.

Email me at jacobncerone@gmail.com if you are interested. Again, this is an open invitation. If you know of anyone in the area, spread the word. The more the merrier.

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