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User-Friendly Greek: A Common Sense Approach to the Greek New Testament

Many students who have completed at least a year of Greek study in college or seminary have never used their Greek in any effective way. This helpful add-on is designed to help you revitalize your interest and skill for using Greek in your preaching and teaching.

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Finally! A Book for People Who've Studied Greek, but Never Learned to Use It!

Many students who have completed at least a year of Greek study in college or seminary have never used their Greek in any effective way, despite their good intentions. Either they have never learned that Greek is their friend, or Greek has simply been crowded out of their schedule. If you find yourself in this category of people, this helpful add-on is for you.

Kendell H. Easley wrote User-Friendly Greek to help those who want to use Greek regularly and effectively to prepare lessons and sermons from the New Testament. It includes full explanations in plain English along with translated examples from the Greek Testament. This is a great reference to combine with the other Greek study tools available in PC Study Bible for pastors as well as college or seminary students who are interested in the practical benefits of knowing and using Greek.

User-Friendly Greek also includes study sections at the end of each chapter to test your newly-acquired Greek knowledge.

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User-Friendly Greek: A Common Sense Approach to the Greek New Testament

User-Friendly Greek: A Common Sense Approach to the Greek New Testament

Many students who have completed at least a year of Greek study in college or seminary have never used their Greek in any effective way. This helpful add-on is designed to help you revitalize your interest and skill for using Greek in your preaching and teaching.

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