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Monday, January 12th, 2009

Homeschool Greek is an excellent Greek language system. I am 50+ yrs. old and didn’t finish high school, but a couple of years ago I decided I would like to learn Biblical Greek. I have tried a couple of other Greek lesson systems, Mounce and Voeltz, plus some freebies that can be found online, and […]

Homeschool Greek Volume I

Saturday, December 27th, 2008

Homeschool Greek Volume I is a fun and exciting door into the Greek language. It’s a thorough course, starting with the very basics of the definition of language and a little English grammar before introducing the Greek grammar, but then covering solidly the Greek grammar. This first volume focuses mainly on the function or syntax […]

The Greek Escape, AKA Harvey’s Heroes

Friday, October 31st, 2008

The Greek Escape, AKA Harvey’s Heroes by the Austins

Octavio Learns Greek

Thursday, October 30th, 2008

Octavio Adams learns Greek with the Greek Hupogrammon.

Learning Greek?

Tuesday, October 7th, 2008

Recently we were talking to our new pastor, and I asked him what he thought about the benefits of our children learning Greek and Hebrew. … his response was that – yes, he learned these languages in his educational pursuits, but he does not rely on that knowledge nearly as much as he does his […]

Questions About the Bible in Greek

Friday, August 29th, 2008

Hello Mr. Bluedorn, I have some questions about the Bible in Greek: What are the guidelines to buy a Bible in Greek? When we buy a Bible in Greek, what is the text we are getting? The one called the Septuagint? When choosing a Bible, how do we know if it is missing something — […]

Slave and Servant

Thursday, June 26th, 2008

I am listening to a sermon by John MacArthur titled “Slaves of Christ.” He claims that bible translators did not properly translate the word slave, doulos, in the New Testament. He says they should have used the word “slave” not “servant.” Is this true? Why didn’t the KJV use the right word? Thanks. — Kristin, […]

Reading Greek Phonetically

Tuesday, March 4th, 2008

Today I took a video of Octavio reading John 1:1 in Greek. You can see the book standing on the white board. I am very careful that Octavio is not memorizing the words as pictures (whole word in Greek would be a disaster!). He is really reading the words and he knows its meanings in […]

First Lesson in Reading Greek

Monday, February 25th, 2008

Hello Laurie, Did I tell you that Octavio can read Greek? He has learned to blend the Greek letter sounds. The Greek Alphabetarion is really good for small children. Octavio is now 3 years and 11 months old, but he started to read Greek words in October. In September we started to study the syllables […]

Sample Pages Now Available

Wednesday, April 11th, 2007

Sample pages from Homeschool Greek Volume I (the textbook, vocabulary cards, and lesson guide) and from Teaching the Trivium are now available on our download page.


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