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Readings in the Greek New Testament Audiobook

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Master biblical Greek in its spoken context. Jonathan T. Pennington’s New Testament Greek Vocabulary has helped thousands of Greek students build a strong working vocabulary. Now Readings in the Greek New Testament helps you develop fluency in biblical Greek as a spoken language. The vocabulary and grammar will become second nature as you listen to Greek in its working context, articulated with clarity and inflection. Insert one of these CDs into your home system, car player, or portable unit, and ‘down’ time becomes learning time—with an audio edge. Jonathan Pennington reads select passages from the Greek New Testament, including the Sermon on the Mount, the entire book of 1 John, and all the passages included in William Mounce’s A Graded Reader of Biblical Greek. Your command of the language will improve significantly as you supplement your studies with these audio readings. Download and start listening now!

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About the Author
Author Jonathan T. Pennington

Jonathan T. Pennington, PhD, is associate professor of New Testament interpretation and director of research doctoral studies at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. He is the author of Heaven and Earth in the Gospel of Matthew and has published a number of tools for learning biblical languages, including New Testament Greek Vocabulary and Old Testament Hebrew Vocabulary.