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A simple, interactive beginners guide to studying Koine Greek, the language used to write the New Testament.
A simple, interactive beginners guide to studying Koine Greek, the language used to write the New Testament.
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      Sonia Koval
      on June 30, 2015

      @David -- I emailed the author; he said there was an updated version from Dec 2014. Check your iBooks library for it. Goes through chapter 4.

    2. David M. Williams on April 26, 2015

      Well, this is another vapourware KickStarter. I can appreciate the price was low ($5) but the promise was for a book, not just two chapters. I'm disappointed the author has not followed through with his commitment or even to provide an update.

    3. David M. Williams on May 13, 2014

      It would be nice if chapter 3 were to come out before the second anniversary of the book's successful funding. Otherwise I guess we should consider this project has died.

    4. David M. Williams on December 27, 2013

      Will you be continuing your work on this book?

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      Carlin on November 15, 2012

      Hi Jon, I still can't see it for free. It's still listed as 7.99. I'm from Canada. Does that make a difference in terms of iBookstore pricing?

    6. Jon Jordan Creator on November 14, 2012

      Just sent out an update: Thursday (15) and Friday (16) will both be available!

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      Carlin on November 14, 2012

      Jon! November 15 is Thursday, NOT Friday. Please resend message to clarify!

    8. Lydia Eickstaedt on October 6, 2012

      Has the .pdf version been sent out yet? I've been checking for the link and haven't received it. (The last correspondence I have was the survey to find out which version we wanted.) :)

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      Gumnaam Aadmee on September 30, 2012

      Same question - got the ipad version, but would really like pdf too ! (Some of us do wander around different kind of computers!)

    10. Ullothere! on September 29, 2012

      what happens if we want both ipad and pdf versions?

    11. Jon Jordan Creator on September 6, 2012


      It looks like the goal of an October iBookstore release is good to go. The final chapters are being finished and editing is in progress. Thanks again for the support, once we are live on the iBookstore I will be able to send PDFs and links for a free download of the book.


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      Karl Pierce on July 12, 2012

      Will the PDF version be able to use that note cards and the practice exercise like on the ipad?

    13. Josh Yates on July 3, 2012

      WOW! Looking forward to this! I've always wanted a little knowledge of Greek...but with all the computer tools that are out there...never had the "felt need" to learn some. This should be fun! Thanks!

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      Sonia Koval
      on June 17, 2012

      I agree it's way cool. I don't really want to learn Greek that much but maybe I can learn the alphabet, in order, just for fun -- beyond what I absorbed as a math student. I may even learn a word or two to toss around at family parties. :-)

    15. Lydia Eickstaedt on June 14, 2012

      This is too cool not to fund. :) Looking forward to it, and glad you're offering the non-iPad format for those of us who eschew Apple products.

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      Philip R on June 13, 2012

      Congrats on your funding! I look forward to the finished product.