The Greek classes are/were normally held at the church on the 4th Sunday of the month right after church. But now, after covid, we are meeting online twice a month. Contact Jay Hess (jhess@nc.rr.com) for details. The class recordings and its materials are available.



Greek Resources

There are three basic books we use (but search Amazon for more recent editions of these)
1) Basics of Biblical Greek Grammar by William Mounce

2) Basics of Biblical Greek Workbook by William Mounce

3) Analytical Lexicon for the Greek New Testament by William Mounce

4) This is the link to all our recorded classes (listed by date): https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/12xoibJXjaULgLC2sWjGyFooDBy1lRvtJ



Other resources by William Mounce:
Here’s the link to the video of Bill Mounce doing a guided reading of the chapter 4 exercise on pp 6,7 of the workbook:
https://www.billmounce.com/newtestamentgreek1/chapter4/exercises

Also, here are a couple of links where Bill Mounce talks about his ideas regarding NT Greek texts. The second link is his review of the Tyndale House Greek NT.

https://zondervanacademic.com/blog/which-greek-text/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7B6YSkz20zc



For those who want to go deeper:

See this Greek interlinear of the New Testament (using the eclectic text):
The Zondervan Greek and English Interlinear New Testament (NASB/NIV) by William Mounce and his father.

Or for those wanting the Textus Receptus (for the text underlying the King James Version):
Greek New Testament (Textus Receptus) with Strong’s Numbers Added (Kindle Edition) (I have had dinner with this scholar!)

For variants on the Textus Receptus:
http://www.textusreceptusbibles.com/TRNTV


Here is the link to Greek scholar Dan Wallace’s web site where he has been acquiring photographs of ancient NT manuscripts:
http://www.csntm.org

Link to the list (in Muenster, Germany) of all catalogued New Testament biblical texts (mostly Greek) up to the 19th century: http://ntvmr.uni-muenster.de/liste

At the University of California at Irvine are these two resources (you need to register to use these!):

  1. The TLG project (Thesaurus Linguae Graecae) with the database of ALL known ancient Greek writings (not just biblical) for searching by Greek scholars https://stephanus.tlg.uci.edu
  2. Also at this site is the Online Liddell-Scott-Jones Greek-English Lexicon for all Greek literature http://stephanus.tlg.uci.edu/lsj/#eid=1



Various Greek Text PDFs

– A downloadable Codex Vaticanus
https://archive.org/stream/CodexVaticanusbFacSimile/Codex-Vaticanus-NT#mode/2up

– The 2017 edition of the Robinson-Pierpont Byzantine Text Greek New Testament
http://bibletranslation.ws/down/Robinson_Pierpont_GNT.pdf

– The Greek New Testament: SBL (Society of Biblical Literature) Edition, edited by Michael W. Holmes
– Downloadable PDF of each of all the NT books, one at a time:
https://www.sbl-site.org/educational/SBLGNT.aspx
– Downloadable zip file of all the PDFs
http://sblgnt.com/download/SBLGNTpdf.zip

– Wescott & Hort (plus other books: http://www.westcotthort.com/bookshelf.html)
The Greek Text by Wescot & Hort



Various Greek fonts, installation and instructions (for writing Greek text)

– Bill Mounce
https://www.billmounce.com

– Free Greek font
https://www.billmounce.com/freegreekfont

– TekniaGreek Unicode Keyboard
https://www.billmounce.com/freegreekfont/tekniagreek-unicode

– NT Resources Biblical Language Fonts
http://ntresources.com/blog/?page_id=2479

– Galilee Unicode Greek Font
http://ntresources.com/blog/?page_id=2783

– Unicode
http://ntresources.com/blog/?page_id=2788

– Polytonic Greek Unicode keyboard for Mac OS X 10.3.x+
http://ntresources.com/blog/?page_id=3161

– Tyndale Unicode Font Kit
https://academic.tyndalehouse.com/unicode-font-kit

– Fonts for Scholars
http://www.scholarsfonts.net/

– The Cardo Font
http://www.scholarsfonts.net/cardofnt.html

– Greek Polytonic Keyboard Layout
https://trisquel.info/en/forum/greek-polytonic-keyboard-layout