For an Informed Love of God
Welcome to my website, your online home for learning Biblical Greek (also called Koine Greek or New Testament Greek). Whether you want your children to learn the Greek alphabet, or even a little New Testament Greek, or you want to learn enough Greek to use your Bible study tools better, or to read the Greek Testament, our resources will help you achieve your goal, and most of the resources are free.
There are two ways you can learn biblical Greek, and it all depends on your goal. If you want to be able to sit down and read biblical Greek, then you want the Basics of Biblical Greek resources. If you do not want the headaches of traditional language learning but rather want to understand biblical Greek on your Bible search program or with your interlinear, then Bible Study Greek is the solution.
Bible Study Greek
The textbook, Greek for the Rest of Us, now has a video series and a laminate sheet along with the online class that will help teach you enough Greek so that you can use your Bible study tools better, and all without the pain normally associated with learning a language. This is for people who say:
- I want to have access to the Greek behind the English in my translations.
- I want to understand the information my Strongs Bible gives me.
- I want to do Greek word studies, not English.
- I want to use better dictionaries and commentaries, and not be frightened by the Greek words.
- I don't have the time to do all the memory of traditional language learning.
Our separate website, KidsGreek.com, will help you and your children learn conversational Greek. Our first year is up and available for free.
The ultimate goal of this site, however, is not just to teach Greek, but to help your children learn to study the Bible better.
Free Greek Dictionary
This is our current major project. This dictionary has been under refinement for over 20 years, but it is getting a major overhaul. Every entry is going to be re-examined. You are encouraged to submit your suggestions for any word. Of special importance is the concordance, which shows every place the Greek word occurs. This gives you biblical context for understanding the word. Our goal is to truly get away from glosses and learn fuller definitions.