Details for New Testament Greek 3

New Testament Greek 3 is where your study of Greek really ‘launches.’ Building on 2 previous units of NT Greek study, this unit bridges the gap between your understanding of Greek grammar and a more advanced understanding of Greek syntax. In this unit there is a significant emphasis on equipping you to read, translate, and exegete the NT, in order to draw out the wonder of its original message.

Quick Info

  • Currently offered by Alphacrucis: Yes
  • Course code: ANL351
  • Credit points: 10
  • Subject coordinator: Jeffrey Aernie


The following courses are prerequisites:

Awards offering New Testament Greek 3

This unit is offered as a part of the following awards:

Unit Content

Curriculum Objective

This course builds upon 2 previous units of NT Greek and aims to bridge the gap between an understanding of NT Greek grammar and an advanced understanding of NT Greek syntax. This has a view to equipping students for the reading, translation, exegesis and exposition of the NT.


  1. Demonstrate competent in the understanding of intermediate-advanced Koine Greek syntax and acquisition of intermediate-advanced vocabulary for Koine Greek;
  2. Translate and exegete advanced passages of the Greek NT, LXX, and Church Fathers into idiomatic English;
  3. Exegete and explain the issues involved in exegetically difficult passages of Koine Greek;
  4. Apply tools in translation, exegesis and exposition;
  5. Demonstrate awareness of recent scholarly discussion of Koine Greek.

Subject Content

  • Nominals: syntax of cases, nouns, adjectives, pronouns and prepositions
  • Articles: the use and non-use of articles
  • Verbs: aspect, tense, voice, mood, infinitives, participles
  • Clauses: independent, subordinate, conditional, volitional and conjunctions
  • Translation and exegesis

This course may be offered in the following formats

  • Face to Face (onsite)
  • Distance/E-learning (online)

Please consult your course prospectus or enquire about how and when this course will be offered next at Alphacrucis University College.

Assessment Methods

  • Quizze (10%)
  • Translation Exercises (40%)
  • Major Translation Paper (50%)

Prescribed Text

  • Koestenberger, Andreas, Merkle, Benjamin, Plummer, Robert. Going Deeper with New Testament Greek. B&H Academic: Nashville, Tennessee, 2016.

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