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Keep Your Greek

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031029083X Constantine Campbell of Basics of Verbal Aspect in Biblical Greek fame is starting a series on his own blog called "Keep Your Greek." It's an 8 part series that begins with this excerpt:

"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.

Here’s my first tip:

1. Read every day."

The rest of his post can be found at www.readbetterpreachbetter.com

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