A few weeks ago I posted on Crossway’s new Hebrew-English Old Testament.
It turns out that they now also have a Greek-English New Testament, which is perhaps even more useful, since Greek is a much easier language.
So, as I said regarding the Hebrew-English Old Testament, I say regarding the Greek-English New Testament even more:
If you went to seminary, made your way through your Greek classes and then forgot most of it, this is for you. You can start to recover a lot of the Greek you’ve forgotten by simply seeking to read the Greek naturally, in conjunction with the English to help assist your memory.
This, in turn, can perhaps build your habits and capacity to the point where you will want to dig even deeper to recover the Greek skills you’ve lost. But even if it doesn’t, simply reading more in the Greek, even with the assistance of the English, will in itself be of great help and use.
Here’s the summary from the Crossway site:
Combining Greek with the English Standard Version text, the Greek-English New Testament is an essential resource for students, pastors, and scholars who work with the Greek New Testament. On each spread, one page displays the Nestle-Aland Greek text, 28th edition, while the adjacent page contains the corresponding ESV text. Simply formatted and easy to use, the Greek-English New Testament will be an invaluable resource for anyone studying and working from the New Testament in its original language.
So, what are you waiting for? Go get it!