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Greek in a Week - 24 - 28 August 2015

Greek in a Week! 


For those who want to learn NT Greek from scratch or brush up on old knowledge.

Led by: Revd Dr Roger Walton;
Cost £50 plus cost of basic text book;
Venue: Trinity Methodist Church Duckett Street Skipton BD23 2EJ ; 
Daily 9.30am-4pm. 

This 5 day course aims to get you started with the Greek language of the New Testament, to gain a basic vocabulary and to introduce you to Greek grammar. By the end of the week you will be able to:

  • read passages of the NT with the help of a dictionary; 
  • use commentaries on the Greek text; 
  • identify issues in translation and exegesis; 
  • use some of the techniques for studying the Greek Text. 
The week will not make you an expert nor will it cover all you need to read the New Testament fluently but it should provide a good foundation for learning NT Greek, on which you can build with the course text book. It will also give you a flavour of reading the text in the original language and will be fun!

Introductory Evening 7-9pm 10 August 2015
Venue:  Trinity Methodist Church Duckett Street, Skipton, BD23 2EJ

BOOK through the West Yorkshire Methodist District Office
admin@wymethodist.org.uk
01484 719993

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