Description

The Reading Biblical Greek Video Lectures accompany the primary textbook Reading Biblical Greek: A Grammar for Students by Richard J. Gibson and Constantine R. Campbell. Consisting of 94 micro-lessons of 10 minutes each, the lectures present the information in small, digestible chunks. Each micro-lesson corresponds to a lesson in the accompanying grammar, allowing the instructor or student to pace the material based on its difficulty and the student’s ability.

Reading Biblical Greek Video Lectures supports the learning experience of students using the grammar by giving them an additional contact point with the essential information they are encountering. By engaging additional senses in the learning process core concepts from the grammar are readily retained.

Informed by the latest and best of Greek and linguistic scholarship that enables students to move seamlessly to further study, Reading Biblical Greek Video Lectures is an essential resource for learning biblical Greek and is intended to be used alongside the corresponding grammar and workbook for the optimal learning experience.

Session Titles and Runtimes:

1 - Introduction (3 min)

2 - Our Approach to Learning (4 min)

3 - History of Koine Greek (3 min)

4 - Signs and Symbols (3 min)

5 - Alphabet (27 min)

6 - Vowels and Consonants (3 min)

7 - Letter Combinations (6 min)

8 - Other Sounds and Symbols (7 min)

9 - Accents (6 min)

10 - Earliest Manuscripts (3 min)

11 - Understanding Meaning (4 min)

12 - Parts of Speech (4 min)

13 - Relating Words in Clauses (3 min)

14 - Nouns (7 min)

15 - The Article (7 min)

16 - Masculine Nouns (6 min)

17 - Marking Nouns (3 min)

18 - The Way Words Mean (4 min)

19 - Feminine Nouns (6 min)

20 - Analyzing Nouns (7 min)

21 - Neuter Nouns (5 min)

22 - 1st Declension Masculine Nouns (5 min)

23 - Memorizing Vocabulary and Paradigms (6 min)

24 - Personal Pronouns: 3rd Person (6 min)

25 - Other Uses of Case: Time (3 min)

26 - Prepositions (6 min)

27 - An Introduction to Verbs (5 min)

28 - Characteristics of the Verb (6 min)

29 - Verbs Ending in ω, Like λ?ω (4 min)

30 - Contract Verbs Ending in εω (7 min)

31 - Analyzing Verbs (9 min)

32 - Verbal Aspect (9 min)

33 - Imperfect Tense-Form (9 min)

34 - Imperfect Tense-Form: εω Verbs (4 min)

35 - Compound Verbs (7 min)

36 - ε?μ?, The Verb I Am (To Be) (6 min)

37 - First Aorist Tense-Form (10 min)

38 - Verb Roots and Stems (11 min)

39 - Future Tense-Form (3 min)

40 - Adjectives (7 min)

41 - Participles (4 min)

42 - Participles Continued (5 min)

43 - Personal Pronouns: 1st and 2nd Person (2 min)

44 - Marking the Text for Translation (4 min)

45 - Translating Greek into English (5 min)

46 - Conjunctions (6 min)

47 - Charting the Syntax of a Passage (6 min)

48 - Imperative Mood (6 min)

49 - Passive Voice (6 min)

50 - Middle Voice (13 min)

51 - Verbs with Middle Lexical Forms (6 min)

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About the Author

Constantine R. Campbell (PhD, Macquarie University) is professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois. He is the author of several books, including Advances in the Study of Greek, Basics of Verbal Aspect in Biblical Greek, Keep Your Greek, Paul and Union with Christ, Outreach and the Artist, and 1, 2 & 3 John in The Story of God Bible Commentary series. Con is a scholar, public speaker, musician, and author, and lives in Lake Zurich, IL with his wife and three children.

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