Doing an Effective Greek Word Study
Many Bible students have learned a method of doing a Greek word study. But few of those methods actually show a person how to do a word study from the important, first-hand sources of Biblical days, that is, the sources from the Hellenistic and Classical periods, the patristic fathers, and primarily from the Biblical sources.
This present work presents not only a step-by-step manual on how to do a Greek word study, but also lists vital reference works to be used in tracing those sources.
When the student finishes learning this method, he will not have to take the word of others concerning the meaning of a Greek word, but he will be able to make his own determination, as well as judge the conclusions of others in regard to their statements about the meaning of Greek words.
About the Author
Dr. Richard P. Belcher served for over 20 years on the faculty of Columbia Bible College, Columbia, SC, teaching Bible, theology, Greek, and preaching. He also served as pastor of Covenant Baptist Church during that time. He is the author of numerous books in the fields of Bible study, Greek, theology, biography, and is most well-known for his book A Journey in Grace and the entire Journey Series of theological novels.
Other works by Dr. Richard Belcher include:
- Doing Textual Criticism in the Greek New Testament
- Preaching the Gospel: A Theological Perspective and a Personal Method
- Arthur W. Pink: Born to Write
- Ministry Helps in Isaiah
- Ministry Helps in Acts
- Teaching Helps in Malachi
- Teaching Helps in James
- Ministry Helps in 2 Corinthians
- A Discussion of the Seventeenth Century Particular Baptist Confessions of Faith