Biblical Languages

Beyond Aspect: NT Insights through Modern Greek

Tapping into Modern Greek can shed light on the New Testament text in sundry ways. An example is the words King Agrippa directed at Paul before the Sanhedrin according to Acts 26:28. Agrippa’s expression, the essence of which is preserved in Modern Greek, is idiomatic in nature. Thus a technical analysis of the type of …

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The Luxury of Learning Biblical Languages Online

Knowing Greek and Hebrew is not necessary to be able to understand the Bible. But some knowledge of the languages does pay dividends, especially when trying to follow commentaries which debate the meaning of a particular Bible verse. Knowing the original languages may not be essential in order to be a Bible teacher, but it …

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Home for Bible Translators Partners with BibleMesh Biblical Languages

Home for Bible Translators (HBT) can be found nestled in the Judean hills just outside of Jerusalem in Yad haSh’mona. Mother tongue Bible translators from 35 different countries have made the journey from their own countries to HBT to learn the language of the Bible in the land of the Bible so that they are …

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Newly Published JETS Article by BibleMesh Contributors

The Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society’s most recent issue (March 2016) contains an article on the Greek verbal system by three contributors to BibleMesh’s Greek courses. The article, coauthored by Nicholas J. Ellis, Michael G. Aubrey, and Mark Dubis, is titled “The Greek Verbal System and Aspectual Prominence: Revising Our Taxonomy and Nomenclature.” (Download …

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