This compact reference can be used with a Greek New Testament, providing a convenient overview of three key elements of learning Greek: grammar, syntax, and diagramming. Other charts and books offer one or two, but "The Handy Guide to New Testament Greek" combines all three elements. In addition to reviewing grammar and syntax, this volume teaches phrase diagramming as a tool to discover sermon and lesson outlines quickly in the Greek text. Students who have had as little as one year of Greek as well as seminary-trained pastors will find a help in this handy guide, which is designed to be less cumbersome and more readily accessible than carrying around large grammar and syntax textbooks.
"In your hands is as succinct a summary of Greek grammar and syntax as you are likely to find. I enthusiastically endorse and recommend this altogether useful volume and will encourage all Greek students to buy it and keep it close."-- (12/01/2012)
"Douglas Huffman's Handy Guide to New Testament Greek is an enormously helpful tool for reviewing Greek forms and grammar that are so easily forgotten by the busy pastor. Huffman writes like a seasoned teacher who has mastered his tricks and trade of his craft. The book is full of easy-to-remember "insider tips" for using and retaining the language."-- (12/01/2012)
"Doug Huffman has written a wonderfully practical and accessible handbook for students who desire to take the next step beyond elementary Greek. I recommend it with enthusiasm."-- (12/01/2012)
Series: Handy Guide
Number Of Pages: 112
Published: 9th November 2012
Publisher: Kregel Publications,U.S.
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 18.8 x 13.0
Weight (kg): 0.16