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Media from Elementary Greek, EN-093, as taught by Dr. James Voelz at Concordia Seminary during the Summer of 2004. Clips below are listed in the order they were covered in class. For help on pronunciation, look for the Elementary Greek Pronunciation Helps audio files. For more information, follow the links at the side to purchase a copy of the textbook, learn more about the professor, or interact with the material.

Elementary Greek Concordia Seminary

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Media from Elementary Greek, EN-093, as taught by Dr. James Voelz at Concordia Seminary during the Summer of 2004. Clips below are listed in the order they were covered in class. For help on pronunciation, look for the Elementary Greek Pronunciation Helps audio files. For more information, follow the links at the side to purchase a copy of the textbook, learn more about the professor, or interact with the material.

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34 Ratings

Miltown1 ,

thanks - video quality terrible

I note some negative comments - but always appreciative when people put themselves on full display and no remuneration, just for the cause, i.e., the great treasure of Western Civilization, Ancient Greek/Greece.
Do not agree that accent or pronunciation any problem - that can be argued until blue in the face.
However, it’s super disappointing the video quality, consider this an mp3 upload, not mp4!

twladin ,

It's New Testament Greek people!

All of you who keep accusing the professor of being an idiot, not knowing how to pronounce Greek, getting language and grammar wrong are confused. This is not a course in Modern Greek, and it is not a course in Classical Greek. It is a course in New Testament Greek, taught by a professor at Concordia Theological Seminary. His pronunciation of Koine Greek, as it is commonly taught in seminaries throughout the world, and has been for generations, is spot on. Pick up a copy of Machen's New Testament Greek for Beginners, and you will find the same material.

re: dsdse ,

About the Quality

Unfortunately, the resolution is fixed. The source material was from VHS several summers ago, and was transfered at the highest resolution available.

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