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Greek Grammar, Text, and Word Studies #1

Book – Marvin R Vincent – Word Studies in the New Testament – Vol 1 & 2 – 1886 Book – Marvin R Vincent – Word Studies in the New Testament – Vol 3 & 4 – 1886 Book – A.T. Robertson – New Testament Work Pictures – 1912 Book – A.T. Robertson – Epochs in the Life of Paul – 1909 Book – A.T. Robertson – Grammar of the Greek New Testament in the Light of Historical Research (Searchable Text) – 1914 (Original Scan) (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); … Read entire article »

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Using Hebrew-Greek Bibles (Easy) (Layout)

Using Hebrew-Greek Bibles (Easy) (Layout)

Class Objective: To set up a TW layout with a Bible and Greek-Hebrew Lexicons (Dictionaries) for looking up words in a Bible passage. The purpose of this class is to help the student work in Greek and Hebrew with theWord. theWord has a lot of flexibility in its layout. You can move windows, add, take away windows, and set up things as you want. But as any Greek or Hebrew student knows, this is for using one … Read entire article »

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Tip: See Greek Text in the Verse Tooltips theWord

Tip: See Greek Text in the Verse Tooltips theWord

Class Objective: How do you quickly see the Greek or Hebrew behind a particular verse? There are a lot of ways to look at a passage and see the original language behind it, but this toggle is a short cut for when you want to examine verse references in a book module, and flip back and forth between say an English version and the Greek or Hebrew. Study these two images… … Read entire article »

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Greek Grammars & Helps #3

This post, Greek Grammars & Helps, is simply some good Bible Study resource works for those who read Greek. These works are good reference materials (Greek Grammars) but they are in pdf at the moment. This page has references that will help you in your Learning Biblical Greek. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Webpage – An overview of Greek Grammar Webpage – Greek Grammar – A basic overview with some help pdf files. Webpage – Institute of Biblical Greek. An excellent website set up just for learning Greek. I would also recommend these Greek Grammar works … Read entire article »

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Using Two Different Versions in Verse Ref Tooltip

Using Two Different Versions in Verse Ref Tooltip Class Objective: How do you quickly see the Greek or Hebrew behind a particular verse? There are a lot of ways to look at a passage and see the original language behind it, but this toggle is a short cut for when you want to examine verse references in a book module, and flip back and forth between say an English version and the Greek or Hebrew. Study these two images… (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); This is the normal TW behavior, when you just move the mouse over a verse reference. (This image is from Murrell’s Systematic Theology module.) (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Now you see the same verse but in the active Bible text version. Setting for viewing two different versions in tooltips. The way you … Read entire article »

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Greek Grammar, Text, and Word Studies #2

Greek Grammar, Text, and Word Studies #2

This post is simply some good Bible Study resource works for those who read Greek. These works are good reference materials (Greek Grammars) but they are in pdf at the moment. Book – A.T. Robertson – Commentary on the Gospel According to Matthew – 1911 Book – A.T. Robertson – The New Citizenship – 1919 Book – James Moulton – A Grammar of New Testament Greek – 1908 Book – James Moulton – New Testament Greek in the Light of Modern Discovery – 1909 Book – Herbert W. … Read entire article »

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