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This is the third and final volume in this comprehensive and accurate study of Koine Greek. It brings this careful study to a conclusion with the hope that the student will benefit from the authors endeavor to present the information in the mostMoreThis is the third and final volume in this comprehensive and accurate study of Koine Greek. It brings this careful study to a conclusion with the hope that the student will benefit from the authors endeavor to present the information in the most honest and factual way possible.Greek Grammar: You ARE Learning Bible Greek” is not merely aprogressive study course. This grammar of three volumes is a reliable guide into one’s quest for an accurate understanding of Koine (“New Testament”) Greek. It is the student’s practical handbook on Greek- the minister’s consultant for the correct application of Bible texts- the theologian’s reference book for maintaining unerring exegesis in grammatical studies. Greek Grammar is the interlinear analyst’s guidebook- the linguist’s trusted advisor.Of course, this is a course anyone can search through to learn the progressive points of Greek grammar.This volume examines pronouns which are used toward the holy spirit and whether or not they describe the spirit as a person or an instrumentality in the hands of God.Texts such as 1 John 5:20 and its use of outos, the meaning of Luke 17:21, (The Kingdom of God is Within You)- Luke 16:19-21 (The Rich Man and Lazarus)- and Colossians 2:9 and the correct meaning of theotes.There is a captivating comparison made between the Koine Greek text and modern Greek. The striking likeness of the two languages can be seen by making this side-by-side comparison of New Testament texts.Differences in the two languages are often due to the translators choice of words rather than a complete difference in the meaning of words.Volume 3 contains a glossary and a scripture as well as a subject index.A chart of the fruitage of the spirit and the Works of the flesh mentioned at Galatians Chapter 5 is included, giving the Greek words used in those verses as well as their phonetic pronunciations.It is hope that these three volumes will provide true enlightenment to those who pursue understanding what is contained in its pages. May GREEK GRAMMAR truly prove to you to be a progressive course in Greek so that you can eventually say with full confidence that you ARE learning Bible Greek.