Webinars

Greek Webinar: Mary’s Magnificat

This week we ventured into Luke’s Gospel and translated through Mary’s Magnificat, Luke 1:46-55. As you’ll see, we noted that about 11 of the 12 verbs are aorists, with the only present-tense verb being the very first one, “my soul is magnifying the Lord.” Why do you think all the other verbs are aorists?¬†Comment below to help us out! Especially if you have any sources on it. If you want to tackle some similar Greek from Acts, check out William…

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Greek Webinar: Diognetus 9:2-5

Watch us translate together through the Epistle to Diognetus, which contains some of the most literary Greek in the Apostolic Fathers. This passage presents many lexemes that are unfamiliar and rare in the NT. But the difficulty of the vocabulary is balanced by the parallelisms that help make translation easier….

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Greek Webinar: Galatians 1 in Sinaiticus

This week we tried something new again and translated six verses from Galatians 1 in a digital image of Sinaiticus, courtesy of BibleWorks 10. We had some better participation this week but could still use a few more users with microphones! I read out what people type so everyone can hear it, but bring yourselves next week with a microphone….

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Greek Webinar: Jude 20-25

This week we translated through the end of Jude together,. It’s not difficult Greek, but it’s actually a well-balanced discourse and gives us some insight into Jude’s rhetorical skill.

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Greek Webinar: Hebrews 6:4-8

I’m biased, but I’d call our second Greek webinar a fun success! We worked through Hebrews 6:4-8, that thorny (pun on v. 7…) warning passage. Close attention to the Greek will automatically rule out some of the interpretations you’ve probably come across before. I am actually unavailable this Friday June 17, so unless¬†I say otherwise, join us again next time Friday June 24 at 2pm EST. At the end, someone asked about Hebrews resources. Hebrews does indeed have the hardest…

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