Learning New Testament Greek


Continuing the discussion from Learning Koine Greek:

Well, I am back into it. I dont know why but I go through cycles. It is great to have so many on-line sources but it just comes down to taking the time to work at it.

It certainly gives a fresh appproach to the familiar scriptures we have heard so often. Using the interlinear is like hearing them for the first time.
I like the Blue Lette Bible because it links directly to word studies.



If you happen to have an Android phone, the Koine Interlinear New Testament app is also pretty nice. It has the Greek text, English translation, morphological tags and Strong’s concordance all together and works offline. The author also has the same app, but with interlinear Old Testament.


Nice. Thanks for the tip.


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