Morling College is pleased to announce the commencement of evening classes in New Testament Greek, commencing in Semester 1 2014 for new and continuing students.
The two subjects (LA004A & LA004B) give students a solid introduction to biblical Greek, including a vocabulary of 600 words, an understanding of basic Greek grammar, culminating in the translation of John 13-17 in Greek. The subjects fulfil the first year language requirements for the Bachelor of Theology (BTh) and Master of Divinity (MDiv) awards, and are a prerequisite to studying New Testament exegesis subjects in Greek (also offered in evening classes).
Morling faculty members Rev. Dr Tim MacBride and Rev. Dr David Starling will be teaching the classes, which commence on Wednesday February 19 at 7pm. In addition to the two hours of face-to-face teaching, students are advised that there is a requirement of around four hours’ preparation and revision each week. Current and prospective students are advised to contact the college soon if they wish to begin some preparatory work over the summer.
In 2014 Morling will continue to offer these subjects during the daytime as well as by Distance Education to Bible, Ministry & Theology students.
Rev. Dr Tim MacBride said, “This is a great initiative of Morling. It’s not just designed for people who are completing an award, but for anyone who wants to study Greek to understand the New Testament with greater insight.”
For further information please contact Morling College on 02 9878 0201 or email@example.com