Greek New Testament with Parallel Modern Greek (Greek Language Study Series)

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Greek New Testament with Parallel Modern Greek (Greek Language Study Series) (Greek Edition)

Product Description

Koine Greek New Testament with accompanying Modern Greek text. Published in 1998, by AMG International, this resource provides a link between the classic writing of the Koine Greek period and the Modern Greek language spoken today

Product Details

  • Hardcover: 1440 pages
  • Publisher: AMG Publishers (June 1, 1995)
  • Language: Greek
  • ISBN-10: 0899571301
  • ISBN-13: 978-0899571300 / 9780899571300
  • Product Dimensions: 7.3 x 5 x 1.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds


Product Features


  • Parallel presentation of the New Testament in Koine Greek and Modern Greek
  • Designed to aid students in understanding the historical context and evolution of the Greek language




Published in 1995 by AMG Publishers, this comprehensive hardcover volume presents a unique learning resource for students of the Greek language and the New Testament. The text features the complete New Testament in both Koine Greek, the ancient dialect used in the original writings, and Modern Greek, the language spoken in Greece today. This side-by-side format offers a valuable tool for anyone seeking to bridge the gap between the historical and contemporary forms of Greek.


By comparing the two versions, students can gain a deeper appreciation for the nuances of the original Koine Greek text. They can observe how the language has evolved over time, while also enriching their understanding of the New Testament writings. This resource is particularly helpful for those studying theology, biblical languages, or classical Greek.


Interesting Facts


  • Koine Greek, also known as Hellenistic Greek, was a common language throughout the Eastern Mediterranean world during the time of the New Testament.
  • Modern Greek is a descendant of Koine Greek, but it has undergone significant changes in pronunciation, grammar, and vocabulary.
  • Studying the New Testament in both Koine and Modern Greek provides a unique perspective on the development of Christian thought and scripture.


Key Credits


  • Publisher: AMG Publishers (1995)


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