|Greek Orthodox Divine Liturgy|
Nearly twenty years after my first encounter with the Greek New Testament in this academic environment, I encountered it again in—of all places—the Church! At the age of 37 my pilgrimage to Orthodoxy came to an end—I was home.
Home, where the Word of God that I had come to love more than anything else was also loved in a way that I could relate to. Better yet, I was finally in a place where the original language of the scriptures was not an academic exercise, but rather the medium of the exercise of both worship and study.
|Greek Bible, I Aghía Graphí|
Greek New Testament
|Gospel according to St John, Nestle-Aland edition|
|Majority Text Interlinear|
|Gospel according to St John, Majority Text edition|
Now, where to find the correct pronunciation? That's the question.
Ah yes, and last but not least, there is my unfinished, but still useful, Greek New Testament blog with audio clips of the writings of St John, and also the letter to the Hebrews, read aloud, slowly and (hopefully) clearly enough for you to follow the text, once you've learned to read the Greek letters. Click HERE to go to Η Καινή Διαθήκη, and listen to some Greek New Testament!
|Η Καινή Διαθήκη|