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Welcome to documents for our
Biblical Greek Study of 1John.

Updated May 8, 2018


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All are welcome. Beginners will get to read from the Greek New Testament on their first visit, using modern Greek pronunciation. No registration nor purchase of textbooks is required. All can learn at their own pace as we read and discuss the Scriptures together.

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1 John GNT Study Materials:

Lesson Work Sheets For Intro To NT Greek (1 John)
Work sheets to help students remember the ideas covered in each of 12 lessons in our Introduction To New Testament Greek ( 1 John).

Hojas Para La Introducción Al Griego Bíblico (Primera de Juan)
Hojas para ayudar a los estudiantes a recordar las ideas discutidas en cada de las 12 lecciones de nuestra introducción al griego del Nuevo Testamento (1 Juan).

Grabación de la Lección: 1 Juan 2.18-21
Esta es la grabación de la lección que introduce aktionsart verbal y cualidad verbal.

Index For Intro To NT Greek (1 John) Lessons
An index of grammatical ideas and Greek words found on the 12 lesson sheets for our Introduction To New Testament Greek ( 1 John).

Related Articles

The Structure Of 1 John
This single-page document traces the flow of thought in one of the books of the Bible that we study in our Greek Fellowship.

The "Abiding" Theme In 1 John
This single-page document charts the different ways John emphasizes the idea of "abiding" in his first epistle.

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