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Readings in the Greek New Testament Audiobook

Readings in the Greek New Testament

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Jonathan T. Pennington's New Testament Greek Vocabulary has helped thousands of Greek students build a strong working vocabulary. Now Readings in the Greek New Testament helps you develop fluency in biblical Greek as a spoken language. The vocabulary and grammar will become second nature as you listen to Greek in its working context, articulated with clarity and inflection.

Jonathan Pennington reads select passages from the Greek New Testament, including the Sermon on the Mount, the entire book of 1 John, and all the passages included in William Mounce's A Graded Reader of Biblical Greek. Your command of the language will improve significantly as you supplement your studies with these audio readings.

©2003 Jonathan T. Pennington; (P)2003 The Zondervan Corporation

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    Anthony Kummer 04-06-05

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    "Wonderful help for students"

    This reading is clear and easy to follow, provided you can read elementary Greek. For the student it is very helpful to read along in a printed Greek New Testament as they listen. This helps bridge from learning a language to actually reading a language. I regret that this version does not allow one to skip to the next track (chapter) of the reading. However, it remains an invaluable tool.

    11 of 11 people found this review helpful
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    Red Diaper Baby Massachusetts USA 11-21-14
    Red Diaper Baby Massachusetts USA 11-21-14 Member Since 2013
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    "needs table of contents"

    This recording would be much more useful if there were a downloadable listing of the texts and their locations in the recording. The only way currently available is to listen through texts you don't want to hear until you find the one you want and bookmark it. Very frustrating!

    This recording uses the Erasmian pronunciation used by scholars and seminaries. It certainly doesn't sound like someone reading their native language. On the other hand, its clarity is very helpful to the new student who is struggling with the alphabet and pronunciation of the New Testament. Another review criticized the pronunciation because it differs from modern Greek; certainly that's true, but it's not necessarily a drawback, depending on what you want it for.

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