Last updated: February, 2007.



Thomas V. Taylor

Emeritus Professor,
Biblical Theological Seminary



Dr. Gary  S. Shogren
Latin America Mission


84 + 7 pages,

This electronic edition was prepared by Dr. David C. Bossard
from original documents.

February, 2007.

Electronic Version Copyright © 2007 by Mr. Thomas V. Taylor. All Rights Reserved.

NOTE: This  is the 1991 syllabus for the Biblical Theological Seminary Greek 4 (NT 504), with annotations by Thomas V. Taylor and supplementary material provided by Dr. Gary S. Shogren.


INTRODUCTION  001  002  003

LESSON #1:  Coming to Grips with the Greek Alphabet  004  005  006  007  008

LESSON #2:  Coming to Grips with the Greek Verb  009  010  011  012  013  014  015

LESSON #3:  More Work with the Greek Verb!   016  017  018  019  020  021  022  023   024  025  026

Supplementary material:  026a  026b

LESSON #4:  Final Thoughts on the Greek Verb!  027  028  029  030  031  032  033  034  035  036

Supplementary material:  036a

LESSON #5:  Picking up the Greek Noun and Some Basic Tools.  037  038  039  040  041

Supplementary material: 041a  041b

LESSON #6:   More Word with the Greek Noun and a Quick Visit to the Adjective as Well,
                         ... as Well as a Few More Notes on Tools  042  043  044  045   046  047  048  049

LESSON #7:   Pronouns in General and Anything Else that Applies.  050  051  052  053  054 055  056  057

LESSON #8:   Greek Particles and Clause Indicators.   058  059  060  061  062  063  064  065  066  067

LESSON #9:   Further Notes on Verb Systems, Grammatical Things Forgotten in the Earlier Part of the Quarter,
                         ... and a Final Note on Tools.  068  069  070  071  072

LESSON #10:   The End of All Things ... Some Notes on Clauses, ... Some Words of Review ... Some Work Together
                           ... and it is Home We Go!   073  074  075  076

Supplementary material:  074a  074b

Exam:   077  078  079

Quiz #2:  080

Quiz #4:  081

Quiz #5:  082

Quiz #6:  083

Quiz #7:  084 


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