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In January Con Campbell posted a blog series called "Keep Your Greek" on www.ReadBetterPreachBetter.com. (Here's a link to post #1) This was his intro to the series:

Con Campbell Students, and more often pastors, occasionally ask me for advice about how to keep their Greek (and Hebrew) at a good level, while in the midst of demanding ministry work. They’ve spent hundreds of hours at college or seminary getting the biblical languages under their belt, so it’s a crying shame to then lose that hard-earned ability and knowledge through lack of use. This problem also applies to academics who may have a couple of other languages, such as French and German, that they want to remain proficient in. So, I thought I’d offer a few thoughts in this new little series...

Last month Con announced on his blog that the "Keep Your Greek" series will be the basis of a new book from Z, and is asking for your input on the text of the book in posts titled:

Keep Your Greek: Testing Some Lines

Keep Your Greek: Testing Some Lines (2)

We've asked Con to keep track of any lines he uses in the new book that someone suggests to him on his blog. Each person that supplies Con with a usuable line will be sent a free copy of Basics of Verbal Aspect in Biblical Greek and eventually, a free copy of the new book!

So, watch www.readbetterpreachbetter.com and help Con pen the pages for Keep Your Greek!

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