One of the most useful aspects of Logos Bible Software is its suite of original language tools. Logos makes it easy to look up and search Greek lemmas in a variety of ways. If you don’t know Greek, though, you probably aren’t getting the most out of these tools. But with Mobile Ed’s new Biblical Greek: Foundational Certificate Program you can now learn Greek on your own in Logos.
The Biblical Greek: Foundational Certificate Program comes with everything you need to learn New Testament Greek from scratch. The main course, GK101 Introduction to Biblical Greek, walks you through the content you would get in a traditional first-year Greek course. You’ll learn the vocabulary, grammar, and syntax of the Greek New Testament. The course includes quizzes and activities so that you can make sure you are learning the material. Each segment is also linked to An Introduction to Biblical Greek: A Grammar with Exercises—a brand new textbook written in conjunction with the course—as well as other Greek grammars and resources already available in Logos.
In additional to this, the Biblical Greek: Foundational Certificate Program comes with two versions of an Interactive Greek Alphabet Course. These concise courses, which cover two different ways of pronouncing Greek: Koine and Erasmian, are full of helpful interactive tools and exercises. It even includes an alphabet song video. You’ll come away from them knowing how to read and pronounce Greek words.
You can order the Biblical Greek: Foundational Certificate Program now and get 40% off the regular price. GK101 Introduction to Biblical Greek and An Introduction to Biblical Greek: A Grammar with Exercises are currently being produced and will be released later this fall. Both versions of the Interactive Greek Alphabet Course are available now, so you can start with them and get comfortable reading Greek. That way you’ll be prepared to dive into GK101 Introduction to Biblical Greek and An Introduction to Biblical Greek: A Grammar with Exercises when they are released later this year.
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