|Description||Why are there multiple translations of Scripture? Do people miss anything by only reading biblical translations in their first languages? How can students of Scripture make better use of scholarly resources on biblical texts? Dr. Scott Ryan, the Wabash Fellow in Religion in the Department of Religion at Baylor University, invites you to explore these and other questions through this accessible introductory course on New Testament Greek. Students will learn foundational concepts of the Greek language, including pronunciation, phrasing, and syntax, along with building the skills necessary to examine critically traditional translations and to consult scholarly commentaries and Bible software programs. Upon registration, you will receive information about the textbook (around $30 and not included in the course cost) to bring to the first class session.
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