- Just finished this, this being my first ever Greek grammar course I have nothing to compare it too, but I loved it. I was my first deep dive into the logos' mobile Ed course platform as well and thoroughly enjoyed the process. I recommend this to anyone wanting to get started into learning biblical languages and anyone wanting to create their own schedule. I work 40+ hours a week and run rental properties on the side, and it was important to me that I set the pace. Thanks Logos, this course was awesome, I have bought several other courses since picking this one up.
- I really like this course, it had a lot to do with the textual criticism. I also appreciate Heiser's method by sewing up the course in the end, it really helped me understand the material once I saw how it applied to me, as a believer to know how we got the Old Testament.
- I read through this once and am reading it again and plan to go through it again in order to do all the exercises. This is an awesome book and tool to learn biblical greek.
- While I appreciated the various views, I wish there would be more views to look through, this book caused me to buy several books on the topic so it is good for that. Each view has problems and good things, but I wish there was more meat on the bone for these views and more views to look into.
- This was an excellent lay of the land book, Al Mohler didn't seem to get any love by anyone in his view. Vanhoozer by far gave me a better understanding and better language with which to tackle this subject. I am not ready to get rid of this term in light of historical criticism like Peter Enns does, and we must be aware of what evidence for or against our views are. This made me aware of Vanhoozer and I am happy to learn about him.