After a long period of prepping and praying, Lesson III Lab is now published and made available on YouTube. As you might have read, I recently found out that J Gresham Machen’s textbook, New Testament Greek for Beginners is in fact not public domain, as I was first told, but still falls under US copyright […]
Lesson III-B is now published on YouTube. This deals with the mechanics of the Greek Present Active Indicative verb. Please feel free to post comments and suggestions. Am always eager to hear from you.
Spent the day producing and polishing Lesson II A – Greek Vocabulary. After one or two significant obstacles, we were able to make the corrections and finally post the video to YouTube. My next video will be dealing with the Present Active Indicative Verb.
Finally received permission from BibleWorks to make my Lesson II video public. Lesson II would normally cover Rules of Accents in NT Greek, but duee to the tools available to the students now, I decided to forgo this specific corner of Purgatory and give a plug for one of my most useful tools.
Completed production of Lesson I b – Greek Vowels, and uploaded it to YouTube. This video focuses on Greek vowels, diphthongs, the three types of accents, and breathing marks. Production time is reduced. It only took me roughly 5 hours to complete this project, as compared to the 10 hours it took me to produce the […]
The following is a YouTube video on applying what we learn in Lesson 1. Note: I still need to produce Lesson 1b which covers diphthongs and breather marks.
After about 10 hours of hacking and slashing, I have created the first (of hopefully many) online lessons for New Testament. This first YouTube video begins the student with the Greek alphabet.