New Testament Greek for Ministry

January 17, 2022 - March 7, 2022
January 17 to March 7.

Registration is now open for the Center for Anglican Learning and Leadership’s Winter 2022 session. CALL offers a selection of seven-week online continuing education courses for laypeople and clergy. The Winter 2022 session runs January 17 to March 7.

Have you ever wanted to understand the original meaning of a New Testament text without having to take an academic course in Greek? Using Greek exegetical tools to prepare for sermons and adult education classes in a user-friendly way (for both you and your audience) can enrich your preaching and teaching. This course will introduce you to the basic tools, such as dictionaries and interlinear bibles, as well as other online resources. You’ll learn the Greek alphabet, and enough about basic Greek grammar to enable you to discover some interesting features behind the meaning of the ancient text, and thus enhance your sermon preparation and scripture study.

Instructor: Bob Kramish has an M.A. in Biblical Languages, and has taught Greek and Hebrew to seminary students at several of the seminaries of the Graduate Theological Union. Bob is currently the registrar at Church Divinity School of the Pacific, as well as program manager for CALL. He lives in Oakland with his cats, Chloë and Slugger.