This unit builds on AL1002W/AL1702W, the basic introduction to biblical Greek, and introduces more advanced level grammar and vocabulary using a translation-based method (selections from Mark, Romans and Revelation). Students are introduced to the principles of textual criticism.
Demonstrate a detailed and comprehensive understanding of Greek grammar and syntax.
Show evidence of competence in translation in selected texts.
Indicate intermediate-level knowledge of vocabulary and style.
Identify textual critical issues and demonstrate skills necessary for redactional work with a Greek synopsis
Apply translation skills to the exegetical task and to the preparation of sermons and Bible studies.
Prerequisite: New Testament Greek A (or equivalent)
Multi-media lessons augmented by set texts, online quizzes and tasks. There is also a weekly 30-minute Skype/Zoom tutorial session with the teacher.
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Weekly translation exercises
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Weekly online tests
One 2 hour examination under controlled conditions
Unit approved for the University of Divinity by Maggie Kappelhoff on 5 Oct, 2020
Unit record last updated: 2020-10-05 16:25:37 +1100