New Testament Greek (B)
Content: This unit provides the continuation and extension of New Testament Greek A.
Learning outcomes: Upon successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:
- Demonstrate an understanding of significant grammatical features of Koine Greek.
- Demonstrate a wide knowledge of the vocabulary used in the Greek New Testament.
- Demonstrate the ability to read and translate select portions of the New Testament.
- Understand the significance of the manuscript tradition and demonstrate basic skills in the use of a text-critical apparatus.
Faculty: Sue Kmetko
Offered: Semester 2 2018
Class Time: 3 contact hours per week
Personal Study Time:
Undergraduate: 6 hrs. per week
Postgraduate: 9 hrs. per week
- Weekly exercises – equivalent of 1500 words (40%)
- Regular class tests – equivalent 1000 words (30%)
- One Examination 2 hours (Postgraduate), 1.5 hours (Undergraduate) (30%)
*Aland, K. Greek New Testament. Stuttgart: United Bible Society, 5th.ed, 2014.
Aland, K. and B. The Text of the New Testament. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans. 1989
* Black, David Alan, Learn to Read New Testament Greek. 3rd ed. B&H Academic, 2009.
Decker, Rodney J. Reading Koine Greek: An Introduction and Integrated Workbook. Grand Rapids: Baker
Finegan, J Encountering New Testament Manuscripts. A Working Introduction to Textual Criticism. Grand
Rapids: Wm B Eerdmans, 1974
Metzger, B. M. The Text of the New Testament. New York: Oxford University Press, 1992.
Metzger, B. M. A Textual Commentary on the Greek New Testament. London: United Bible Societies, 4th
revised edn, 1994.
Mounce, William D. Basics of Biblical Greek: Grammar. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2003.
Porter, S. E., Jeffrey T. Reed and Matthew Brook O’Donnell. Fundamentals of New Testament Greek. Grand
Rapids: Eerdmans, 2010.
*Robinson, Maurice A. and Mark A. House, Analytical Lexicon of New Testament Greek, Massachusetts: