Category Archives: Greek

A Brief Note on Fonts for Biblical Studies

I just wrote a page for my new website on Hebrew and Greek fonts for students and scholars.  Until my new website goes live, the link to the article is; once my new site is live (which I hope … Continue reading

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Sex and Language?

For the connection between Biblical Hebrew and Greek and the joy of sex, see here. I can’t say my experiences learning biblical languages were anywhere near as bad (I do recall being very intimidated when I sat down the first … Continue reading

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“Lord” in the NT and in Modern Translations

David Ker over at Lingamish has a series of posts on the Greek word kurios, “Lord” (κύÏ?ιος) in the New Testament. The first post introduces the series, while the second examines the relationship between the kurios and the slave. The … Continue reading

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Dr. Seuss Learns Greek

My previous post, “Abbott and Costello Learn Hebrew,” seems to have been a hit, so I thought I would post a reading that I use when I teach Koine Greek. This has its origins in my days as a student … Continue reading

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