Greek Like a Violin

This morning, Brian Renshaw, over at NT Exegesis, introduced me to Tavis Bohlinger’s Greek Like a Violin series. In this series, Tavis logs his Greek studies. His goal is to study Greek in a deliberate manner: no more haphazard study of Greek; define the problem and seek a solution. In providing a daily log of his studies, he enables students to observer the detailed process required to go from novice to master (in training).

Here is the link to the series. Check it out, glean from it, and implement it in your own studies.

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