The Elements of New Testament Greek (3rd Edition)
Since 1914 Cambridge has published The Elements of New Testament Greek, a bestselling textbook for scholars and students of the Bible. The original book by Nunn was replaced and succeeded in 1965 by J. W. Wenham's book of the same...
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Since 1914 Cambridge has published The Elements of New Testament Greek, a bestselling textbook for scholars and students of the Bible. The original book by Nunn was replaced and succeeded in 1965 by J. W. Wenham's book of the same title; now Jeremy Duff has produced a new book to continue this long-established tradition into the twenty-first century.
Learning Greek is a journey of many steps. In this book each of these steps is explained clearly, and reviewed using questions and exercises. Lessons are ordered so the most important aspects of Greek are learnt first, and the vocabulary consists of the most commonly occurring words in the New Testament. Over 1,500 practice questions and exercises (with answers) cover every book of the New Testament and there is a New Testament passage to translate in almost every chapter. Free software and teaching resources can be obtained from the book's website. 354 pages, from Cambridge University Press.
David Wenham (PhD., Manchester University) is Vice-Principal of Trinity College, Bristol. He previously taught in India at Union Biblical Seminary, returning in 1979 to Tyndale House in Cambridge where he directed the Gospels Research Project, then as Dean and Vice- Principal of the Wycliffe Hall, Oxford. His selected publications include Gospel Perspectives. (Continuum International Publishing Group, 1984), The Parables of Jesus. (Downers Grove, IL: IVP, 1989), Paul: Follower of Jesus or Founder of Christianity?(Cambridge: Eerdmans, 1995.)Exploring the New Testament (2 Volumes) D. Wenham and S. Walton. London: SPCK: 2001.) Paul and Jesus: The True Story. (London: SPCK, 2002).
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Dr Jeremy Duff is Director for Life-Long Learning in the Diocese of Liverpool and Honorary Research Fellow at Liverpool Hope. Dr Duff has a wealth of teaching experience in the area of New Testament studies, having taught for several years at Wycliffe Hall and Worcester College, Oxford. He has recently produced a replacement for the classic Greek text-book, The Elements of New Testament Greek by J.W. Wenham (Cambridge University Press). His other publications include Pseudepigraphy in the New Testament (forthcoming), 2 Peter' in The Oxford Bible Commentary (ed. Barton, J. and Muddiman, J) and Meeting Jesus: Human Responses to a yearning God with Joanna McGrath.