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Biblical Greek: Advanced Resources

Resources for Greek students at all levels.

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The resources listed on this page will primarily benefit advanced (seminary level) students of Koine Greek. These resources have been grouped into the following broad categories, listed in order of appearance on this page:

  • Greek readers
  • Grammar & Syntax
  • Vocabulary
  • Lexica
  • Concordances
  • Dictionaries
  • Textual Criticism
  • Exegesis and Linguistics

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.

Grammar & Syntax




Textual Criticism

Exegesis and Linguistics

Subject Guide

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