Lectures: 24 hours Assignments: 12 hours Private study: 24 hours
Continuous assessment: 20% Final examination: 80% Students who maintain an average of 70% in their continuous assessments are deemed to have qualified, and do not have to sit the final examination.
To introduce theology students to the study of Biblical Greek
- — At the end of the course, the student will: • Be familiar and comfortable with reading and writing the Greek alphabet • Be familiar with the basics of Biblical Greek morphology and syntax • Have acquired a core vocabulary of Biblical Greek • Be able to translate certain basic New Testament texts
- — Indicative Syllabus: • Socio-linguistic background of Koine Greek • Greek writing system • Word classes of Biblical Greek • Biblical Greek morphology • Biblical Greek syntax • Biblical Greek vocabulary • Translating Biblical Greek texts Textbook: Jeremy Duff. The Elements of New Testament Greek. 3rd ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005.