LANGUAGE OF THE NEW TESTAMENT KOINE GREEK

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LANGUAGE OF THE NEW TESTAMENT

KOINE GREEK:

Koine Greek (common Language) was the street language spoken in homes and shops. It had a brogue that the Classical Greek didn’t have. Koine Greek became a lost language. God preserved the language of the Bible. The Greek scholars at one time made an effort to revise this lost language, but failed.

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  • Reply February 3, 2018

    Varnel Watson

    LANGUAGE OF THE NEW TESTAMENT

    KOINE GREEK:

    Koine Greek (common Language) was the street language spoken in homes and shops. It had a brogue that the Classical Greek didn’t have. Koine Greek became a lost language. God preserved the language of the Bible. The Greek scholars at one time made an effort to revise this lost language, but failed.

    http://andnowyouknowmore.blogspot.com

  • Reply November 7, 2018

    Varnel Watson

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