I’m excited to announce that my (Shawn Wilhite’s, Jason Andersen’s, and Michael Haykin’s) 1 & 2 Clement Greek reader has been released. I had the pleasure of doing the Greek notes for 1 Clement, editing, and type-setting the volume. Here’s a description of the book by the publisher:
The Apostolic Fathers Greek Readers series assists students of Greek in reading non-biblical Koine Greek. In this volume, readers will engage the Greek text of 1 & 2 Clement. Vocabulary words occurring less than 30 times in the Greek New Testament are provided to help students quickly read the text and focus on its syntax. This work also includes an introduction and a select bibliography that orients readers to the life, setting, and theology of Clement. The bulk of the book focuses on the annotated Greek texts of 1 Clement (Jacob Cerone) and 2 Clement (Jason Andersen). Together, these elements make this Greek reader an ideal resource for students of early Christianity.
If you’re looking to expand your knowledge of Greek beyond the New Testament, I strongly recommend you pick up this volume along with the previous two (Letters of Ignatius and Didache and Barnabas). And if this isn’t enough Greek literature for you, work is currently being done on the Polycarp, Diognetus, and Papias volume (as well as the final volume which will have Shepherd of Hermas).
Jacob I have just listened to your work on 1 Thessalonians on 2 minute Greek flow structure. Have you completed 1 Thessalonians in that format? I would love to hear the rest, as an occasional preacher I found it very helpful.
Thanks for the kind comments and the late reply. I have not completed the whole book in that format, but I have published a discourse handbook/commentary on the book with Lexham Press. You can find it at Logos.com
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