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Online Greek New Testament

Posted by on Dec 17, 2009 in NT Greek | 6 comments

For those studying Greek, or wanting to learn Greek, there are many, many terrific online resources. For example, try the “Online Greek Bible.” Once you search for a passage, you can then click each Greek word for a short lexicon entry, which also includes parsing information for verbs and case/number/gender for nouns and adjectives.

While this resource will probably not replace a printed Greek New Testament and a good lexicon, it is a great online resource. Plus, you can cut and paste the Greek text.


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  1. 12-17-2009

    Alan,

    Another site is here:
    http://www.motorera.com/bible/greek/nt.html

    He also is working on the LXX and Apostolic Fathers.

    James

  2. 12-17-2009

    For a more Web 2.0 experience, check out:

    http://bible.johndyer.name/

    I don’t know that John Dyer, but I wish I did!

    Also: http://biblewebapp.com/study/

  3. 12-17-2009

    Thanks Alan. What do you use for typing Greek? Right now I use Word and just alt-shift between English and Greek…

  4. 12-17-2009

    James,

    Thanks for the link.

    Adam,

    Thanks. I really like the one from John Dyer.

    Mike,

    I use this sometimes: typegreek.com

    -Alan

  5. 12-17-2009

    thanks

  6. 12-18-2009

    Some other useful links:
    http://www.laparola.net/greco/ for comparing Grk manuscripts (UBS, Byzantine, Tischendorf, Westcott & Hort, also church fathers) and some pretty handy searching.

    http://www.greekbiblestudy.org/gnt/main.do for being a handy website with all sorts of useful stuff for translating Grk. It’s very “web 2.0″y and highly interactive.

    http://www.uky.edu/AS/Classics/rhetoric.html for being an excellent reference of every possible rhetorical device that could be used.