Greek New Testament
Anthony J Fisher
Condition of Use
The University of York grants you permission to use this software for non-profit making purposes only.
This is a browsable, Web-based interface to the Greek New Testament (GNT).
It has several distinguishing features.
I am a student of New Testament Greek. I am in no sense an expert.
I wrote the programs which implement the interface in order to
learn NT Greek better.
The system is in its early stages, and it has a few deficiencies of which I am aware
(and, no doubt, many more which are obvious to you, the reader).
To start, press one or other of the
buttons at the top of this page, and follow the instructions from there.
If you click on a Greek word, it will turn red and a table will appear,
giving information about the word, including its root and grammatical category.
(If you are using Netscape, the table will appear near the top of the window.
When using Internet Explorer, for some reason the automatic positioning doesn't work,
and you have to scroll down to the selected word yourself.)
At the moment, an English translation is not given.
I am in two minds about providing this facility; it might hinder, rather than enhance,
the learning of the vocabulary.
For information on the provenance of the text, see this page.