Translating the Greek New Testament for yourself is the most challenging of the three levels of Greek study. You
have to learn how to recognize all the different forms of nouns and verbs (and other parts of speech) and understand how to
produce a matching sentence in English.
Seminary or Bible college students devote at least one semester to
this task, and you may choose to follow this pattern at some point. However, you can also find help on the Ezra Project
site: Greek Behind the Prof's Back, a self-instructional workbook that takes the most direct route to translation
competency. For more information on Greek Behind the Prof's Back, click on the Resources page.
Greek Behind the Prof's Back