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GREK2110 Elementary New Testament Greek I (3)

A study of the basic elements of New Testament Greek. Grammar, vocabulary, and syntax will be emphasized. The course will include selected readings in the Greek New Testament. Offered: Alternate years.

GREK2120 Elementary New Testament Greek II (3)

A study of the basic elements of New Testament Greek. Grammar, vocabulary, and syntax will be emphasized. The course will include selected readings in the Greek New Testament. Sophomore status and prior foreign language experience are recommended or instructor's permission. Offered: Alternate years. Prerequisites: GREK2110

GREK3010 Intermediate New Testament Greek (2)

A vocabulary review, an introduction to advanced grammar and exegetical principles and methods, and a broad reading of selected New Testament passages.Offered: Alternate years. Prerequisites: GREK2120

GREK4250 Greek Exegesis: Parables of Jesus (2)

An advanced study of selected parables of Jesus in the Greek text. The course will focus on advanced grammar, application of exegetical principles and methods, and utilization of the major scholarly resources for Greek exegesis, applied to these New Testament materials. Prerequisites: GREK3010

GREK4310 Greek Exegesis: Luke and Acts (2)

An advanced study of selected parables of Jesus in the Greek text. The course will focus on advanced grammar, application of exegetical principles and methods, and utilization of the major scholarly resources for Greek exegesis, applied to these New Testament materials. Prerequisites: GREK3010

GREK4330 Greek Exegesis: Pauline Epistles (2)

An advanced study of selected Pauline epistles in the Greek text. The course will focus on advanced grammar, application of exegetical principles and methods, and utilization of the major scholarly resources for Greek exegesis, applied to these New Testament books. Prerequisites: GREK3010