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Elements of Greek I

by Dallas Theological Seminary

This course material is only available in the iTunes U app on iPhone or iPad.

Course Description

A study of the basic principles of biblical Greek, for students who have not had Greek or who need an extensive review in the elements of the language.

Customer Reviews

Great course

I'm learning Koine Greek on my own. Having a full course available to me has proved to be wonderfully helpful, and I'm very thankful that it is available for free. The professor does a great job of breaking down difficult paradigms and has provided helpful mnemonics that have helped me memorize them. My only criticism is that the camera does not pan over to show what the professor is writing on the board for the students, but this is only a minor complaint. Great course.

Not too great

While i’m sure this is a great class, it’s essentially pointless to watch, given that the class relies heavily on projector slides that are rarely shown in the videos. Pretty disappointing since cheap/free seminary options are somewhat of a rarity, especially when it comes to biblical greek. It’s pretty hard to criticize seminary courses, much less a free one, but I’m surprised no one thought to show the projector while filming. I would definitely still work through the courses if I could just see what was going on since DTS is well known for being a great seminary.


This was absolutely terrible. His pronunciation is atrocious. Every video I clicked on was worse than the one before it. How can someone who thinks that Greece is an island teach people about the Greek language?

Elements of Greek I
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