Wednesday, January 22, 2014

One Year Greek New Testament


I'm a fan of the One Year Bible for personal study and family devotions. It provides a discipled and systematic tour of the entire Bible over the course of each year, and the readings are short enough not to be a burden. There is also an online version.

To help with reading the Greek New Testament in a year, I started a blog called the One Year Greek New. Testament that provides audio (by means of embedded YouTube videos) of the English text in interlinear form to listen while reading the Greek text. The time investment per day is between three and ten minutes.

Since this is a year-long project, it won't be complete until the end of this year.  I'm trying to stay about a month ahead of the readings.

You can read more here.



1 comment:

Thomas Schroeder said...

Greetings, Father Beane!

I was hoping to do a reading through the NT, or at least the gospels, in Greek this year. Your readings will help make this easier and see to it that I get it done. Thanks.

Currently, I am doing 2-a-days or 3-a-days to get caught up, but I am enjoying the fruits of your labors. Keep up the good work!

Pax,
Tom Schroeder
Novi, Michigan