This page lists a number of resources that should be helpful as we move through the process of learning BG. But first, I would just note that this site will use the so-called Erasmian pronunciation.The Erasmian pronunciation is probably based on the pronunciation used by a Renaissance scholar named Erasmus, who was the main force behind the first printed copies of the Greek New Testament. This pronunciation is probably different from the way Greek was pronounced at the time of the New Testament, but it is widespread among scholars but has the advantage that every letter is pronounced, which makes it easy to grasp the spelling of words.
- Greek Keyboard and Alphabet – PDF
- List of some Biblical Greek resources
- This next resource is self-described as an evolving online textbook for beginning New Testament Greek. Learning New Testament Greek. This resource will be very helpful when we move into the vocabulary and grammar phase of learning BG.