Skip to main content

Biblical Greek: Basic Resources

Resources for Greek students at all levels.

Search Library Catalog

Required Textbooks

Greek readers

The primary benefit of these Reader's editions is the footnotes with basic dictionary glosses for less-common terms located at the bottom of each page. This can be immensely helpful, but students need to realize that these helps are off-limits for assignments in beginning and intermediate classes at BJU.

Also note that the Zondervan Reader's edition uses a slightly different text than the UBS4 that is the BJU Greek department's standard text.

Decker's Koine Greek Reader is not a reader's edition of the NT text, but instead presents graded readings from a variety of sources along with pedagogical helps.

Supplementary Works

The resources below provide supplementary help on the basics of Greek grammar and syntax.

Students in the BJU Greek program may benefit from occasionally consulting these sources, but should use them only as supplements rather than as a substitute for the required texts. These resources may be most beneficial for those pursuing self-study of Koine Greek.

Subject Guide

Patrick Robbins's picture
Patrick Robbins
Contact:
Information Services

Mack Library

864-370-1800 x. 6015
Website / Blog Page

License

Creative Commons License
This work by Duncan Johnson is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

You may reproduce any part of it as long as credit is included.  I encourage you to license your derivative works under Creative Commons as well to encourage sharing and reuse of educational materials.

Acknowledgments

Some of the material on this page is used with permission from a LibGuide from Tyndale University College & Seminary Library, Toronto, ON, Canada.