For an Informed Love of God
Biblical Greek: Second Year
In second year Greek, you will build on the building blocks of first year Greek. This is why you actually learned Greek, to read the Greek New Testament. You will read twenty different passages from the Greek Testament, and a few from other sources.
Below you will find listed everything you need to learn Greek, both books that Bill Mounce has written or other recommended text.
The course itself is in process and should be available by the academic year of 2022–2023.
Bill is working on a full second year Greek class that utilizes his Graded Reader. It could be ready for use in 2022.
A Graded Reader of Biblical Greek
A second year graded reader that introduces students to twenty texts (including the LXX and the Didache) and helps them through the difficult grammar and vocabulary. Teaches intermediate grammar inductively and cross references Daniel Wallace's "Greek Grammar Beyond the Basics: An Exegetical Syntax of the New Testament." Difficult forms are keyed into "The Morphology of Biblical Greek."
Biblical Greek: A Compact Guide
Offers students, pastors, and teachers who only need reminders of language basics a summary of the important but introductory issues contained in the original grammar. Paradigms, lexicons, and brief discussions appear without their more detailed morphological and grammatical discussions. This easy-to-use, one-stop guide to biblical Greek is a must-have resource.
The Morphology of Biblical Greek
The Analytical Lexicon to the Greek New Testament
A computer generated analytical that parses all the forms of words in the Greek New Testament. Includes a dictionary of all the words' meanings and is keyed into "The Morphology of Biblical Greek" for further study.