Using New Testament Greek in Ministry: A Practical Guide

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By Dr Eli Lizorkin Eyzenberg It is my opinion that the entire original text of the document we have come to know as the New Testament was written by Christ following Jews in the ancient sense of the word in a language that can be best described not simply as Koine or Common Greek but as “Koine Judeo Greek” New Testament Why Only books? | New Using these three criteria the fathers of the church started to develop the New Testament The letters of Paul were among the first to be recognized in ad and were being assembled in small Using New Testament Greek in Ministry Black 'Using New Testament Greek in Ministry' focuses on the transformation of exegesis into exposition of studies into sermons To prepare students toward this end David Alan Black explains the process of using the Greek text and linguistic resources to study the New Testament and he recommends a basic library of reference books About the Author David Alan Black DTheol Using New Testament Greek in Ministry A 'Using New Testament Greek in Ministry' focuses on the transformation of exegesis into exposition of studies into sermons To prepare students toward this end David Alan Black explains the process of using the Greek text and linguistic resources to study the New Testament and he recommends a basic library of reference books Product Identifiers Publisher Baker Academic ISBN Using New Testament Greek in Ministry A Practical Using New Testament Greek in Ministry A Practical Guide for Students and Pastors Kindle edition by Black David Alan Download it once and read it on your Kindle device PC phones or tablets Use features like bookmarks note taking and highlighting while reading Using New Testament Greek in Ministry A Practical Guide for Students and Pastors An Examination of Conscience using the New An examination of conscience using the New Testament April Share this article JARED DEES In preparation for the sacrament of penance and reconciliation most of us use an examination of conscience inspired by the Ten Commandments in the Old Testament The Ten Commandments offer a natural structure by which we can thoroughly examine our hearts but what are some alternative An Examination of Conscience Using New To better understand these various sins I have identified New Testament figures in whom some of these sins are manifest Using these personal examples we can hopefully be able to recognize these sins in ourselves Herod the Great Made king of Judea by the Roman Caesar Herod the Great was a wicked ruler and it seems there was nothing too evil or immoral He was a murderer of many Names and titles of God in the New Testament In contrast to the variety of absolute or personal names of God in the Old Testament the New Testament uses only two according to the International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia With regard to the original documents that were later included with or without modification in the New Testament George Howard put forward in a hypothesis not widely accepted that their Greek speaking The Septuagint Use in the New Testament Bible Therefore when the authors of the New Testament uoted the Septuagint they could not be accused of using a translation that was prepared with their vested interests in mind When Hebrews states that “by faith Jacob when he was dying blessed each of Joseph’s sons and worshiped as he leaned on the top of his staff” the last clause agrees perfectly with the Septuagint rendering Religions that use only the New Testament? | Yahoo The New Testament is written for us to use in our day to day lives and shows us that we must be baptized for the removal of sins But when we study the Old Testament we can see the types and anti types or the shadows of what was to come and we then can understand why we do what we do today I suggest that you go to a Church of Christ which I have found to be the ones that try to follow.


10 thoughts on “Using New Testament Greek in Ministry: A Practical Guide for Students and Pastors

  1. Tyler Collins Tyler Collins says:

    Using New Testament Greek in Ministry is a concise just over a hundred page work that outlines why exegesis of New Testament Greek is important chapter one the ten best resources that can be used chapter two the different parts in exegesis chapter three and ten defined steps in how to do it chapter four I am glad I read this book now as it gives me a roadmap for the sort of subjects I need to study in my schooling as well as the resources I need to learn how to use However I would recommend to my future self that I read it again before I actually write any sermons assuming that I do so in the future


  2. Andrew Andrew says:

    A brief but useful book giving practical uses and advice for Greek in ministry with some basic steps for exegesis and an example of using the steps for a sermon on 1 Thessalonians 516 18 in chapter 4 Although some of the resources mentioned are outdated ie BAGD but now the third edition is BDAG there are still useful tips and advice for Greek students and pastors alike


  3. Jacob Aitken Jacob Aitken says:

    Black David Alan  Using New Testament Greek in Your Ministry Baker Grand Rapids MIThis book is ideally aimed at new pastors who are swamped with ministry work that they really can't get into the Greek text  In his normally winsome manner Black allows the pastor to wade back into the deep waters  This is a very easy read  I read it in one sittingFoundational TextsEvery pastor should have these at the minimumA good standard English BibleGreek New Testament at least Aland or NA27Exegetical Guide eg Sake Kubo etcGreek English Lexicon BAGD Louw and NidaGreek Word Study DictionaryConcordance of Greek wordsGreek GrammarTextual Commentary MetzgerSynopsis of four gospelsLXXChiasms  This is of an example he gives on how to do syntax analysisText Hebrews 121 2A Having SeatedB Setting AsideC Patient EnduringD Set Before usE Fixing our eyes on ChristD' Set Before HimC' Patiently EnduredB' Scorning the ShameA' Taken his seatAnother ChiasmText 1 Thess 516 18A PantoteB ProseuchestheA' En panteHow to do syntax at the basic levelPlace all independent clauses at the left hand margin  Place all dependent clauses underneath that clauseConclusionThis is a uick fine read  My only issue is that it couldn't decide whether it wanted to focus on linguistic helps or syntactical problems


  4. Drake Hyman Drake Hyman says:

    This is a really great tool for two groups of people 1 Pastors looking for a practical way of implementing Greek study into their preaching ministry and 2 Greek students looking to fine tune their analytical method and broaden their list of resources Dr Black does an excellent job of providing a list of guides and tools to help the exegete in his or her efforts as well as outlining the exegetical process when studying and preaching from the Greek New Testament In some ways this felt like a preaching textbook and I would venture to argue that every pastor should put in his due diligence to studying Greek to the best of his ability especially considering the closest thing we have to an inspired original text are the Greek manuscriptsAfter presenting his exegetical method Dr Black takes you through a couple trial runs so that you can see his own method of preaching from the text This is true expository preaching with an emphasis on uncovering all the hidden treasures of the text an objective that can only be accomplished if one is willing to put in the work with the language This is a must read for an serious student of the Bible


  5. Tim Wilson Tim Wilson says:

    Black seeks to give an overview of how to exegete a Greek text for preaching Good at moving from Greek lectures to preaching Slightly outdated resources and written at a time of CD ROMs An updated version would be useful Does what it says on the tin uickly Only criticism is it might have been helpful to discuss the practicalities of doing Greek in the midst of busy ministry but maybe Black isn't best placed to do so


  6. Timothy Decker Timothy Decker says:

    Simple and straight to the point A good little text for Greek III or exegesis Ch 2 is in terrible need of an update It's 25 years out of date


  7. David David says:

    The principles he recommends are very simply and effectively presented Fantastic short book to encourage anyone learning or wanting to learn Koine Greek


  8. Rick Davis Rick Davis says:

    I appreciated his clear step by step helps for moving from exegesis to sermon Since the book was published in 1995 all its information about computer resources is dated


  9. Janelle Janelle says:

    Early on Black makes his intentions for this book clear His desire is that those who read it will be adeuately inspired and euipped to use exegesis of the New Testament in its original Greek to bring a new level of depth to their teaching ministries His approach is to first convince the reader of the benefits and necessity of Greek exegesis to provide a list of reliable reference materials to define in detail the components of exegesis and finally to put those components together as a routine readers can adapt for their own use – taking them from their first encounter with a text all the way through the completion of a sermon Black begins by addressing the uestion which crosses the minds if not the lips of most Greek students; “Do I really need to know Greek for ministry?” It is a valid uestion and his answer is satisfactory He presents well the limitations of relying solely on English translations and the depths which can be reached in the original language He also wisely warns the reader repeatedly to remember the reason for studying Greek exegesis – ministry – above academics His writing style is particularly appealing to those who are conceptual learners The many metaphors he employs do well to illustrate the points he is trying to make although at times he may rely too heavily on their use The main focus of chapter 2 is the tools that are needed for performing exegesis which is faithful to the text The ten items he identifies are timeless as are the examples he provides for using each one On the other hand some of the specific titles have become outdated and new advances in Biblical scholarship have been made since the printing of this book This is especially true concerning computer resources; the section is almost meaningless for a modern reader due to the significant changes in technology in the past ten years Chapter 3 goes deeper into what exegesis is While applications are sprinkled throughout the main focus here is on analysis Black’s visual description of exegesis as approaching the text from three angles p65 is excellent As in previous chapters he has provided an image which will stick in the readers’ minds helping them remember his point He provides sufficient examples from Scripture to illustrate the insights which can be discovered by applying the varied types of analysis discussed The descriptions are concise but a good review for anyone who has studied hermeneutics in the past For those who would desire information on a particular aspect of exegesis he provides references in the following chapter The fourth chapter is where he dives into the nuts and bolts of using Greek exegesis as a part of developing sermons This chapter along with the third has the best success in reaching its objectives Black does an excellent job of summarizing each step in the process as well as providing detailed explanations and examples which illustrate the significance each step contributes to the final outcome The full example at the end of the chapter pulls everything together and allows the reader to follow the process through a single passage p 107 115 The final chapter is unnecessary; leaving the reader to wonder where the “sample” Black is referring to might be found p 117 It would have been better to add two paragraphs to the fourth chapter identify them as a reader exercise and end the book there If the steps were each followed by suggestions or uestions specific to the passage recommended for study then perhaps a separate chapter would be justifiable Readers who have studied hermeneutics in the past will find this to be largely review That being said however it is still valuable as a concise reference even for those who have studied its topics previously For those who have not it is a great introduction to the purpose and process of Greek exegesis beyond classroom walls


  10. Lily-joseph Jo Lily-joseph Jo says:

    I approached this book with an high expectation that it will teach me how to practically use my knowledge of Greek as exegeting the text I am not complaining about the content because it was good But I feel after finishing the book that this book is like a brief introduction to exegetical method books like Gordon Fee's New Testament Exegesis If the title was A Brief Introduction to How to Exegete the New Testament I'd give than 4 stars to this book But the title Using New Testament Greek in Ministry A Practical Guide for Students and Pastors is little a misleading to me Nevertheless I like Dr Black's 10 steps for exegeting and preparing a sermon These steps are very clear and simple1 Survey the historical context We must always interpret terpret a text in light of its original historical setting A text has no meaning or may assume every kind of meaning outside this parameter of historical context 2 Observe the larger literary context A survey of an entire book is necessary for the study of its individual passages Be able to trace the development of the author's thor's argument and show how your passage fits this context 3 Resolve any significant textual issues Important textual problems will be reflected in the major translations tions and in the apparatus of your Greek New Testament ment Rarely if ever will you need to discuss such problems from the pulpit but you should at least be certain in your own mind what the original text was 4 Determine the meaning of any crucial words Do a word study on any important terms in your passage5 Analyze the syntax Note any syntactical features that contribute directly to the interpretation of your passage6 Determine the structure Seek to understand the flow of the author's argument and how the major ideas in your passage are related to each other7 Look for any significant rhetorical features New Testament authors often used various literary forms to communicate their meaning Wherever the medium is the message it is of crucial importance to your exegesis egesis to be able to show what the author was doing8 Observe how any sources were used Look for editorial torial features in your passage that point to the author's distinctive literary andor theological contributions9 Determine the key thought of your passage Discern cern the life issues in your passage that have relevance vance to the contemporary believer Then write down in one sentence what seems to be the central teaching of the passage 10 Derive a homiletical outline from the text Put the results of your exegesis into a workable outline that sets forth the text's claims and statements in ways that are timeless and relevant to the current needs of your congregationOverall it is a decent book I'd recommend it to anyone who has a foggy concept of biblical exegesis


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