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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Mark Masucci

Mark has been with YWAM since 1985. He completed the SBS in 1987. He has served with F.E.E.T. Ministry in Hong Kong from 1987-1991. He served as the Director of the SBS Department in Lakeside, MT from 1994-2004. He has a Masters of Christian Studies degree from Regent College in Vancouver, B.C., Canada.