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MASTER’S INTERNATIONAL
Evansville, Indiana U.S.A. © Copyrights Reserved
Graduate Program Course Study Guide
BIBLICAL GREEK II GK-502
Professor: William G. Klein, President
The Bible Translation & Exegesis Institute of America
www.bteministries.org
Three (3) Credits
PLEASE REVIEW THE FOLLOWING ITEMS BEFORE YOU BEGIN THIS COURSE.
 Pray for God’s guidance before you begin this course, and each time you work on it.
 Become totally familiar with the Master's Online Digital Library, and make ample use of
its resources throughout this course. The address is: http://odl.mdivs.edu. You will
need your student ID# and password (contact Master's if you have forgotten these).
 Follow the instructions in either your Student Start Pack (offline students) or your
Student Access Page (online students) related to course formatting and submission.
 Your Master's Student Portal is also a place to get information on most subjects related
to completing this course. The address is: http://www.mdivs.edu/mdsiap.html.
 We strongly recommend that you use word processing software and make frequent
use of the spell checker/grammar suggestion aspects, and back up your files!
 If you need to contact the professor for this course (or the academic office), we
recommend that you do so first by email. Unless you already know the address of the
professor, you may either refer to your Student Portal, or request contact by writing to
[email protected]
 The total length of time required to complete this course is different for each person,
with subject background, previous education, and personal situation all having a major
role in personal study habits and ability. However, on average each course credit
usually requires between 35-40 clock hours of study. Therefore, a two credit course
will require about 85-90 hours of work, likewise a three credit course between 130-140
hours. Since you are not restricted by classroom hours, the average student might
expect to complete a three credit course in about nine weeks by devoting four study
hours per day only four days per week (i.e. two hours morning and evening).
 When you have completed your course, send it to Master's for grading (do not send it
directly to your course professor). From the time you submit your course, until it is
returned to you (graded) will vary, but generally courses sent by postal mail will
require as much as two weeks in transit (to and from), and another two weeks to get
through the recording and grading process. Email submissions generally require about
two weeks. These are averages, and your course may take slightly more or less time.
While you are waiting, make good use of your time by beginning your next course, but
if this is your final course, then enjoy the rest…you have earned it!
 May God bless you as you study, as you follow the timeless encouragement given by
the Apostle Paul to Timothy as recorded in II Timothy 2:15.
BEGIN THIS COURSE
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Course Purpose: Moving beyond the basics, this course continues with the development
of sentence structure through tense and mood, and expands on the student's ability to
properly vocalize. Upon completion of Biblical Greek I and II, the student will have
mastered the basics of Biblical Greek.
Course Objectives: The student will become proficient in the reading, writing and
pronunciation of Biblical Greek. Student will become competent in grammar analysis.
Student will acquire the skills necessary for the exegesis of Biblical Greek texts.
MATERIALS
REQUIRED SOFTWARE:
Mastering Biblical Greek, William G. Klein, The Bible Translation & Exegesis Institute of
America, Santa Maria, CA, 2005. One CD containing all of the course materials including
Workbook and audio clips. This software was also used for the course Biblical Greek I
and need not be re-purchased.
NOTE: This course requires the use of a computer. Systems Requirements are:
1. Acrobat Reader version 6.0 or higher (may be downloaded free from Adobe
at: www.adobe.com).
2. MP3 compatible audio player.
3. CD-ROM drive.
4. Windows PC.
5. 400 MB RAM.
YOUR COURSE PROJECTS
YOUR SOFTWARE INSTALLATION PROJECT:
SPECIAL NOTE…THIS STEP WAS ALREADY TAKEN IN THE PRE-REQUISITE
COURSE BIBLICAL GREEK I, AND SHOULD ONLY BE REPEATED IN THE EVENT
THAT IT HAS BEEN SOME TIME SINCE YOU COMPLETED THE PRE-REQUISITE
COURSE, OR YOU NEED TO LOAD THE SOFTWARE ON ANOTHER COMPUTER.
Install the software. Be careful to follow the installation instructions. Following the
successful installation of the software Mastering Biblical Greek, take the time necessary to
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become familiar with the software. Once it is loaded to your computer, you should place
the software in a secure place. If you change computers, suffer a hard drive crash, or
other technical problems, you will need to reinstall the software.
Do not begin the next step until you have become comfortable using the Mastering Biblical
Greek software. If you are already quite familiar with computer programs, this may only
take an hour or so.
YOUR ACTUAL COURSE PROJECT (Lesson 21 through Lesson 40):
From the pre-requisite course you have already noted that the software had two basic
components. These are: Mastering Biblical Greek and the MBG Workbook.
Just to be certain, carefully re-read the following:
Mastering Biblical Greek - Introduction and Getting Started.
MBG Workbook - the Workbook Guidelines.
Of course, you have already become accustomed to the fact that the Lessons are located
in the Mastering Biblical Greek component, and the Lesson Assignments are located in
the MBG Workbook. To complete a Lesson, you have worked between the two
components being very careful to follow the Workbook Guidelines for each lesson.
Begin with Lesson 21: Imperfect Middle and Passive Indicative Verbs
Finish with Lesson 40: Optative Mood
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Note: If you “need help” along the way, you may contact Professor Klein at:
[email protected]
YOUR FINAL WRITING PROJECT:
This is the final project, and must be completed only after you have finished all of the
Projects. Write a summary of the entire course. Include in this summary how this course
has impacted your understanding of the subject; has helped you in your ministry to others;
and how this understanding has changed the way you think and react in matters related to
the subject of the course. Use not less than 500 words (about two pages).
This completes the Projects for this course.
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