Greek Resources: Links Updated

The link list on the Greek resources page has been updated and expanded to include some additional, online resources for studying New Testament Greek and the Greek New Testament.

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  1. That’s a nice list.

    I like your bookshelf too – though in the Greek section, I’d make Porter less of a priority and get some Levinsohn – and maybe some dead grammarians too.

    I just found your blog and look forward to reading more of your posts.

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