Tools and resources you need to do a word study on the Greek word for immorality, porneia.
Punctuation & Accents – Biblical Greek
Even if you’re using an interlinear Bible, it’s helpful to understand the basic punctuation marks and accents.
Biblical Greek Tools & Tips
Learning biblical Greek can enrich your Bible study. Even a little knowledge of biblical Greek can help. Check out these tools and tips.
Word Studies – Greek
A listener asked for help with word studies. These resources pages give you links to tools to help your word studies.
Tools and resources you need to do a word study on the Greek word for blessed: makarios.
Cases – Biblical Greek
The different functions words can perform in a sentence are called cases. In Greek, case — not word order — indicates the word’s function in a sentence, making it important to understand cases.
Prepositions – Biblical Greek
Here’s my running summary of Greek prepositions and their main meanings depending on case.
Grammar for Biblical Greek students
One way to understand Biblical Greek is comparing and contrasting it with English grammar. Lack of knowledge of English grammar can be an unexpected obstacle to learning biblical Greek. Here are some basics you may want to review before embarking on learning biblical Greek.
Should I learn Greek & Hebrew?
After a few years of Bible study, students often begin asking, “Should I learn biblical Greek and Hebrew?” While the tools for English readers continue to improve and less people are learning the original languages, knowing the original languages can be helpful. You can learn enough to widen the tools available to you and/or learn to read Scripture in the original language.
Why is the New Testament in Greek?
Why was the New Testament written in Greek while the Old Testament was written in Hebrew?