Greek I & II Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 Reformed Theological Seminary-Houston

This academic year I’m teaching Elementary Greek at Reformed Theological Seminary in Houston, TX.  Here are some links to the materials that we’re using for the course.

Syllabus: ELEM GREEK Syllabus Fall 2020 (coming soon)

Textbook: We will be using a new Greek Grammar Resource that is unpublished.

Workbook & Homework Key for Greek Grammar Resource: Here (only for those enrolled in class)

Restricted Access (only for those enrolled in class)


Materials related to Mounce’s existing grammar called Basics of Biblical Greek:

Assignments for Each Chapter of Mounce (BBG)

Mounce (BBG) Audio Files

Mounce’s Online Greek Course Resources

Dr. Marshall’s Course Handouts (based on Basics of Biblical Greek): Here

Dr. Marshall’s Mounce Chapter Lectures (based on Basics of Biblical Greek): Click here (this is a youtube playlist)


ASSIGNMENT PREP DUE DATES: [note: assignments will be ordered so that the most recent one appears on top]

NOTE: I’ve moved all assignment announcements to the module folders in Canvas (RTS’s LMS–learning management system). There, I provide links to course materials that I house here, but I won’t be updating *this* page like I normally would have in the past. Look for what’s due each week inside those Canvas weekly assignment pages.

Due Monday, Aug 24: In preparation for our first 3-hour class meeting, there is an assignment for you to complete BEFORE class on Monday:

[1] Read and study the Mounce textbook chapters 1-3 (as well as the introductory material in the textbook).

[2]  Complete all requirements for Mounce Chapters 2 and 3.

[3] Memorize the Greek alphabet–the Greek letters, the name of the Greek letters, and the English transliteration of the Greek letters.  Your first quiz will be at the end of class on Monday over the Greek alphabet.  In order to help you learn the alphabet, please use my two handouts called Greek Alphabet and Greek Alphabet Practice Sheet.

Promoting the study of Biblical Hebrew, Biblical Aramaic, and Hellenistic Greek

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