unfoldingWord Greek Grammar





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This resource was designed by the unfoldingWord Project and built by the Door43 World Missions Community. At least the following people were instrumental in the creation of the UGG:

  • Joe B. Nathan III (BA Missiology, Crown College; MDIV Bethel Seminary)

  • Chapel M. Presson (BA Pre-Seminary Studies/Bible, Central Bible College; MDiv, Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary)

  • Todd L. Price (BA Biblical Languages, Calvary Bible College; MA Biblical Languages, Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary; PhD New Testament & Corpus Linguistics, London School of Theology)

  • Grant I. Ailie (B.A. Biblical Studies, Criswell College; MDiv, Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary)


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