Teaching God’s Word is paramount among a pastor’s priorities. However, the demands of ministry are numerous and varied, making it easy for pastors to slip in their comprehension and utilization of the biblical languages. In this forthcoming Alumni Academy, Dr. Rob Plummer along with several other professors will offer guidance for pastors who are trying to get back on track in their Greek language skills.
This Alumni Academy is unique in that it will offer different tracks depending on the attendee’s skill level. The Beginner Track is for those who need to go back to the basics of the Greek language and how it can be studied for the sake of sermon preparation. The Intermediate Track will explore topics like verbal aspect and translation theory and how they aid our sermon preparation. The Advanced Track will discuss increasingly complex issues like verbal discourse and putative citations.
Along with the Friday-Saturday Alumni Academy, participants are encouraged to attend Dr. Plummer’s Greek Review course held on campus at SBTS, January 9-13, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. This course will give attendees even more time to review Greek grammar and read simple selections from the Greek New Testament.
All attendees of this Alumni Academy will receive an edition of B&H Publishing’s Exegetical Guide to the Greek New Testament Series.