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Reading the Greek New Testament

We’re pleased to welcome J. David Stark for a 3-part series on reading the Greek New Testament.

In this series, David will discuss why you need to:

1. Read your New Testament in Greek, rather than in a translation,

2. Read your New Testament’s critical apparatus, and

3. Read original New Testament manuscripts.

Please be on the look out for these posts in the coming days!

Meanwhile, David has provided several free bonuses to accompany these posts. So, please be sure to grab these as well, either now or when you read David’s individual posts on the Glossa House blog.

Meet J. David Stark

J. David Stark is the Winnie and Cecil May Jr. Biblical Research Fellow at Faulkner University’s Kearley Graduate School of Theology. David specializes in Pauline studies and biblical theology. David also runs an educational website ( where he helps emerging biblical scholars hone their craft so that they can invest in work and relationships that really matter.

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