Bill Mounce

For an Informed Love of God

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Open letter to Teachers and Schools

Dear Colleagues,

I am asked a lot by Greek teachers how they can use this site, what works, what doesn't, etc. So here are my answers.

1. You are more than welcome to link to this class, whether you are a distance education program, a conventional class, or whatever. I have built this site for you to use.

2. The online class is free. The software I am using (Moodle) requires an account for some of its features, but the accounts are free, I never sell email addresses, and the student can delete their account whenever they wish.

3. There is, however, one part of the class that costs, and that is my lectures. It is the class named "Biblical Greek Lectures." If a student wants access to the lectures, they are walked through a process of paying through PayPal. These lectures cover almost every chapter of BBG; the summary lectures (which are free) cover the hilights of each chapter.

4. Please do not download the materials and repost them on your site. It is a violation of the copyright, and it also makes it impossible for me to update the resources. One of the advantages of web delivery is that I can update a resource, and it is updated for all. And I am constantly working on the resources for this site.

5. What do you link to?

  1. You can link to the home page.
  2. You can link to a specific chapter.

All you have to do is go to the page you want to link to, copy the url from your browser, and paste that value into your website. Your students may be asked to login when they click on your link; if they don't want to create an account, they can login as a guest.

  1. For example, if you want to link to the home page, the link is ""
  2. If you want to link to the first of the three classes, the link is ""
  3. If you want to link to Chapter 6, the link is ""
  4. If you want to link to the lecture on Chapter 6 that requires payment, the link is ""

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me using the contact link on the class page.

Bill Mounce