Jude Greek Reading Videos

5 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)


10 videos teaching through the Greek text of Jude a few verses at a time. Focus on refreshing and solidifying morphology, syntax, and vocabulary.

Product Description

  • Scacewater-0338(1)Professor Todd Scacewater, Teaching Fellow of New Testament and Greek at Westminster Theological Seminary, walks you through translating every verse in Jude. Todd has published in journals such as RevQ, WTJ, JETS, JESOT, The Churchman, and more, but loves most of all to study and teach Greek. See his bio and CV here.
  • Permanent access to all 10 videos teaching through the 25 Greek verses of Jude. Each video contains 15-30 minutes of detailed instruction.
  • A focus on refreshing you on the finer and irregular aspects of Greek morphology and paradigms to train you to confidently parse on your own.
  • A focus on syntactical categories so you learn how to discern different possible meanings in various phrases.
  • Some use of discourse analysis to understand Jude as a whole discourse and to give suggestions for preaching or teaching passages.
  • A forum dedicated to questions, comments, or problems with your Jude videos. You can ask us any question about any Greek-related issue in Jude.
  • 30-Day Money Back Guarantee. If you finish the Jude series and don’t believe you’ve improved your Greek, we’ll refund your money 100%, no questions asked.


Recommended For

  • Students who recently finished Greek 2, 3, or 4.
  • Those whose Greek is rusty.
  • Those who have difficulty reading a Greek Bible without several aids.
  • Pastors preparing to preach Jude.

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2 reviews for Jude Greek Reading Videos

  1. 5 out of 5


    For pastors who need a Greek refresher, or who are preaching through Jude and need help with deciding whether this prepositional syntactic relationship is a dative of manner or a dative of disadvantage, then this Greek reading video series is for you. As a pastor, I am deeply convicted about preaching accurately the Word of God, therefore, I recommend these Greek reading videos without hesitation. How words are related in syntax, the morphology, and the discourse analysis represent some of the means by which we seek to be accurate in interpreting the New Testament. Todd Scacewater walks you through each phrase with such clarity, offering insight into the relationships of the words and then provides summaries of what has been discovered. I definitely give this a 5 out of 5 stars.

  2. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Excellent resource to refresh your Greek. I found the material covering syntax (usually the hard part of any language) to be the most helpful. I’ve already recommended these videos to a few friends in pastoral ministry.

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