Fundamental Greek Grammar - 4th Revised Edition
Fundamental Greek Grammar: 4th Revised Edition provides the basis for solid instruction in New Testament Greek vocabulary, morphology, and syntax. It takes a fundamental approach, moving from the known to the unknown, from the easy to the more difficult. Dr. Voelz understands that learning a complex language is difficult, and he seeks to explain things in detail every step of the way. Fundamental Greek Grammar: 4th Edition includes vocabulary, paradigms, principal parts, exercises with answer key, pertinent Bible passages, and more.
Updated edition features "English Review for Greek," a refresher of English grammar basics.
"I was a first-term Greek student in the summer of 1985 when Dr. Voelz was in the process of writing this Greek grammar. Dr. Voelz’s grasp of Greek grammar, linguistic insights, and tremendous teaching ability provided the means for me to excel in that course. After many years of studying and applying the lessons I learned to pastoral ministry, I began teaching Greek readings at Concordia University Chicago where I happily required the Voelz grammar for my students. Like me, year after year, my Greek students benefited from this grammar and, like me, continue to go back to it for fundamentals and renewed enthusiasm for reading the New Testament in the original language."
Professor of New Testament, Concordia University Irvine
About the Author
Rev. Dr. James W. Voelz (PhD, Cambridge University) is well-acquainted with contemporary linguistic theory and, as co-chair of the seminar “The Greek of the New Testament” in the international New Testament Society (SNTS), keeps abreast of developments in the study of the Greek language. He has taught elementary Greek at the seminary level for over 35 years. Visit iTunes U to download a series of lectures from Dr. Voelz's Elementary Greek class at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis.