Details for New Testament Greek II
This unit builds on ANL402 to develop students’ knowledge of New Testament Greek and their ability to translate and exegete Greek texts.
- Currently offered by Alphacrucis: Yes
- Course code: ANL502
- Credit points: 10
The following courses are prerequisites:
The unit New Testament Greek II is part of the subject area Biblical Studies and is offered as a part of the following Awards: Master of Arts (Christian Studies) (Alphacrucis College (NSW Dept. of Education)).
At the successfulcompletion of this unit, students will be able to:
- demonstrate an understanding of the syntax of New Testament Greek and the ability to translate more complex Greek sentences from the NT;
- explain the theory, practice and limitations of textual criticism, and the ability to evaluate various readings and texts;
- confidently and competently use translation tools, such as dictionaries and concordances;
- prepare sentence diagrams, including the construction of flow diagrams;
- confidently read and exegete simple portions of the Greek New Testament; translate simple Greek New Testament texts into English. .
- Verbal aspect
- Textual criticism; Complex sentence diagramming and exegesis
In-class test, translation assignment, exam.
- Reading package provided
Black, D.A. Learn to Read New Testament Greek. B&H Academic, 2009.
Campbell, C.R. Basics of Verbal Aspect in Biblical Greek. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2008.
Campbell, C.R. Verbal Aspect, the Indicative Mood, and Narrative: Soundings in the Greek of the New Testament. New York: Peter Lang, 2007.
Campbell, C.R. Verbal Aspect and Non-Indicative Verbs: Further Soundings in the Greek of the New Testament. New York: Peter Lang, 2008.
Decker, R.J. Koine Greek Reader: Selections from the New Testament, Septuagint, and Early Christian Writers. Grand Rapids: Kregel, 2007.
Moule, C.F.D. An Idiom Book of New Testament Greek. Cambridge: CUP, 1979.
Fee, G.D. New Testament Exegesis, 2nd Edition. Philadelphia: Westminster, 1993.
Mounce, W.D. Basics of Biblical Greek Grammar. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2003.