Last Day: Get Started with Greek for Under $35

If you’re going to study, preach, or teach the Bible with any depth, it’s helpful to be able to read and pronounce Greek words—even if you don’t understand them.

If you can’t decode Greek letters, excellent reference works and commentaries you could otherwise use will be bewildering and difficult to follow. They’ll appear to you like this:

If you could just read the Greek words above, even without understanding them, you’d be able to see that the author keeps repeating the same ones. You’d be able to follow the argument.

It would be great if you could get an inheritance, drop everything, go to school, and study Greek. But if that day hasn’t come in God’s good providence, then take the step that can help you now: learn Greek essentials over a weekend with the new Mobile Ed Interactive Greek Alphabet Course.

Pick up this inexpensive course (now on sale), and you’ll be able to…

  • Recite the Greek alphabet
  • Pronounce Greek words
  • Read Greek passages aloud
  • Begin learning Greek vocabulary words
  • Reference various Greek pronunciation systems

While you can still be a faithful student and teacher of the Bible without knowing a λικ of Greek, trust the generations of exegetes who have gone before you: it is extremely helpful to know it. It protects you from saying things that aren’t accurate, and it helps you to see things in the text of the New Testament with greater clarity.

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This is the last day you can get introductory pricing on this one-of-a-kind course. Get started on your Greek journey and save 30% now.

Comments

  1. Richard C. Rabehl says:

    After watching the ad on the home page for interactive Greek course, I decided to download it. I have basic LOGO’s 7 and download Interactive Greek Alphabet Course hoping it would help me with my pronouncing Greek words. The only thing I got was the Greek alphabet with an exercise for pronouncing Greek letters. Do we have a program? And if so, how do we fix it?

    Serving Christ Together,

    Richard