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Division: Undergraduate

Together with GRE 3113, you will be introduced to a study of the fundamental elements of New Testament Greek grammar, syntax, and vocabulary. You will begin reading the Greek New Testament during these courses. (Completion of both semesters meets Humanities distribution requirement and B.A. degree requirements.)
3.00
Fall, Spring
Undergraduate
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Together with GRE 3112, you will be introduced to a study of the fundamental elements of New Testament Greek grammar, syntax, and vocabulary. You will begin reading the Greek New Testament during these courses. (Completion of both semesters meets Humanities distribution requirement and B.A. degree requirements.) Prerequisite: GRE 3112
3.00
Spring
Undergraduate
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In this intermediate level course, you will study the various functions performed by connectives, verbs, nouns and adjectives, particles, and the definite article in New Testament Greek. You will develop your skill in deciding with rationale which function is occurring in a particular context in the Greek New Testament. You will also grow in your ability to articulate how uses in context contribute to the meaning of a biblical passage. Prerequisite: GRE 3113
3.00
Fall
Undergraduate
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This course will give you practice in aided reading and finished translation of a variety of authors and genres in the Greek New Testament. You will be exposed to narrative, didactic discourse, parables, and formal speeches in the Gospels and Acts. You will read in the doctrinal and ethical instruction of the Pauline epistles. You will encounter the sermonic and apocalyptic material of the General Epistles and Revelation. In addition to developing a comfort level for reading in any part of the Greek New Testament, you will gain an appreciation for what aspects of genre and rhetorical features can contribute to understanding the meaning intended by the New Testament author. Prerequisite: GRE 3113
3.00
Spring
Undergraduate
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Division: Graduate

Together with Greek 2, you will be introduced to the basic grammar and vocabulary of New Testament Greek. Emphasis is placed on understanding word formation and building vocabulary as a foundation for developing reading proficiency. You will begin to read the Greek New Testament during these courses.
3.00
Fall, Spring, Summer 1, Winter
Graduate
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Together with Greek 1, you will be introduced to the basic grammar and vocabulary of New Testament Greek. Emphasis is placed on understanding word formation and building vocabulary as a foundation for developing reading proficiency. You will begin to read the Greek New Testament during these courses. Prerequisite: GRE 5110
3.00
Fall, Spring, Winter
Graduate
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You will learn the skills needed to analyze Greek grammar and syntax, use exegetical tools and methods, and prepare sermon/lesson outlines based on the New Testament text. The goal of course assignments is to prepare you for preaching and teaching. Prerequisite: GRE 5111
3.00
Fall
Graduate
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You will engage in advanced exegetical study of the Gospel of Luke in the Greek text. Attentiion will be given to strengthening skills in reading, translation, grammatical analysis, and exegesis in the genres of narrative, parable, and apocalyptic literature in order to enrich understanding of the book's message. Course assignments include preparation and/or practice in communicating that message. Prerequisite: GRE 6210
3.00
Spring
Graduate
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You will engage in advanced exegetical study of Paul's letter to the Ephesians in the Greek text. Attention will be given to strengthening skills in reading, translation, grammatical analysis, and exegesis in order to enrich understanding of the book's message. Course assignments include preparation and/or practice in communicating that message. Prerequisite: GRE 6210
3.00
Fall, Spring
Graduate
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A faculty member will direct your study as you participate in a seminar or pursue research in an area of special interest.
1.00-3.00
Fall, Spring, Summer 2, Winter
Graduate
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