EST. 1985

This is a twelve week course which consists of learning New Testament Greek. The student will begin with vocabulary and then move on to grammar; after that the student will focus on translating various passages or books of the New Testament. This course will enrich your present and future studies of the Bible, providing a deeper understanding of the New Testament. It will especially benefit Bible teachers and those who are in need of more credits for a degree.

{This course is also offered via correspondence.  Please contact registrar@ywammontana.org for more information.}

 

Lecture Phase

The twelve-week course includes: Vocabulary Testing Greek Words and Their Translation 5 Weeks of Grammar Study 6 Weeks of New Testament Translation Required Text: Lexical Aids for Students of New Testament Greek, Metzger, published by Abingdon New Testament Greek for Beginners, Machen, published by Prentice-Hall The Greek New Testament Recommended Helps: (These books are not absolutely necessary but may help you in study) The Analytical Lexicon to the Greek New Testament, Mounce, published by Zondervan A Reader's Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament, Kubo, published by Zondervan Greek-English Interlinear of the New Testament, Marshall, published by Zondervan NIV Bible Note: The student is responsible to provide all needed text books.

School Leaders

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Ron Smith

Ron, along with his wife Judy started the School of Biblical Studies in 1981. There are now well over 50 schools worldwide. As well, Ron has led the Directed Reading Course and the New Testament Greek classes for about 30 years as well. The SBS's have trained well over 10,000 students throughout the 30 + year period of operations. They have lived in Europe, Asia and the United States leading schools.