Category Archives: Introductory Posts

A Recent News Article on Oral Methods for Teaching Greek

Check out this recent article about my Greek teaching methods. It was published in May in the Southern Baptist Texan (the denominational state newspaper: DALLAS—Easter and Christmas pageants in ancient Greek? Texas college students texting each other in the language … Continue reading

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Coming Soon – A Preview of Posts to Come

καὶ τὰ λοιπά has just gone live. To give you a foretaste of the posts to come, here’s a sampling of the topics I plan to cover in upcoming entries: Is Koine Greek a dead language? If so, how should … Continue reading

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Welcome to καὶ τὰ λοιπά!

Welcome to καὶ τὰ λοιπά! This is my blog about all things having to do with Koine Greek, Biblical Studies, and cognate fields. I am especially interested in Greek pedagogy using communicative methods (sometimes called the Natural Approach, or Direct … Continue reading

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