Welcome to Ginoskos
Learn Biblical Greek and Hebrew
Ginoskos offers courses on Greek and Hebrew grammar. These courses will lead you through the most essential parts of Greek or Hebrew grammar. Every grammatical topic can be trained by exercises at the end of particular lesson.
At Ginoskos there is a lot of exercises. You can train both vocabulary and grammar. When you start doing some exercise ginoskos will track your learning progress and make sure that you will gradually review already learned items.
Ginoskos also provides basic tools for biblical languages like bibles in original languages, dictionary and concordance.
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This short hymnic passage of 1 Timothy 3:16 interrupts Paul’s address to Timothy with an exposition of “the mystery of true godliness.” This break is apparent by the change of personal pronoun from the second person (you) to the third (he) as well as also pointed by relative...
Paul breaks his speech to the Ephesians in verses 2:14-16, and begins a short discourse that is composed as a hymn. This is well discerned by a change of the personal prepositions from the first person plural (we) to the third person singular (he).In this discourse, Paul brings to the foreground a...
This very famous psalm (among the NT scholars) describes a Davidic, messianic figure who will purge Jerusalem of Gentiles. The psalm is important for christology studies in that it unveils messianic hopes among some branches of early Judaism. It promotes a belief that the messiah would soon come to...
The name of Ginoskos comes from play on words of Greek word γινώσκω (ginṓskō) meaning to learn, to understand or to arrive to knowledge.
This knowledge is not some kind of hidden or mysterious one. It is just the message the Bible is trying to communicate. The purpose of Ginoskos project is to find the understanding of this message and thus knowledge.
We believe that learning biblical languages is one of the steps to better understand the message and opening the way to arrive to wisdom.
"The fear of the Lord—that is wisdom,
and to shun evil is understanding." (Job 28:28)