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Education

T. Michael W. Halcomb

BSMDiv MABSPhD MALTT

KCU

LTS

ATS

ATS

UK

Kentucky

Christian University

Lexington

Theological Seminary

Asbury

Theological Seminary

Asbury

Theological Seminary

University

of Kentucky

Bachelor of Science

(B.S.)
Major 1: Bible

Major 2: Youth

                  & Family

                    Ministries
 Minor: Preaching

Master of Divinity

(MDiv)

Master of Arts in

Biblical Studies

(MABS)

Doctor of Philosophy 

in Biblical Studies

(Ph.D. (BS))

Master of Arts

in Linguistic Theory

& Typology

(MALTT)

[in progress]

800 Words and Images: A New Testament Greek Vocabulary Builder

As a vocabulary-building resource, 800 Words and Images is strategically arranged to assist students in gaining competency and fluency in Koine Greek.

800 Words and Images: A New Testament Greek Vocabulary Builder: Audio

Audio companion files for the book 800 Words and Images: A New Testament Greek Vocabularly Builder.

A Handbook of Ancient Greek Grammatical Terms: Greek-English and English-Greek

A Handbook of Ancient Greek Grammatical Terms is a user-friendly resource that accomplishes two main objectives: to provide learners with a quick-access guide to ancient Greek grammatical terms both in Greek to English and English to Greek and to assist learners in building their grammatical vocabulary so that they can better observe, describe, and discuss grammatical phenomena that occur in ancient Greek discourse.

A Parallel & Interlinear New Testament Polyglot: Matthew & Mark

For those wanting to retain language abilities for research or recreation, this volume contains the Gospel of Matthew in Interlinear format and the Gospel of Mark in parallel format in Hebrew, Latin, Greek, English, German, and French.

A Parallel & Interlinear New Testament Polyglot: Luke-Acts

For those wanting to retain language abilities for research or recreation, this volume contains the Gospel of Luke and the Book of Acts in interlinear and parallel formats in Hebrew, Latin, Greek, English, German, and French.

Entering the Fray: A Primer on New Testament Issues for the Church and Academy

Entering the Fray seeks to function as that "first clue" by helping congregants, pastors, and students of the Bible enter into the fray of scholarly discussions that, over the last few hundred years, have shaped both the academy and church.

Give Me That Book! A Primer for the Practice of Inductive Bible Study

Give Me That Book! A Primer for the Practice of Inductive Bible Study is a short guide that teaches a person how to move from the biblical text all the way through to sermon preparation.

Introducing Amharic: An Interactive Workbook

Introducing Amharic is an interactive workbook for those interested in learning Amharic, the official language of Ethiopia. Through a variety of engaging lessons, learners using this text will gain a variety of speaking, reading, and writing.

Introducing Amharic: Audio

Audio companion files (w/native & non-native speakers) to accompany the Introducing Amharic workbook. 

Kingdom Rhetoric: New Testament Explorations in Honor of Ben Witherington III

This book, written to honor Ben Witherington III, is a collaborative effort from the New Testament department at Asbury Theological Seminary. Essays are offered by five New Testament faculty and five New Testament students who have completed or, at the time of publication, were the process of completing the PhD program.

Mark: GlossaHouse Illustrated Greek-English New Testament

Mark: GlossaHouse Illustrated Greek-English New Testament (GIGENT) is an innovative resource that will allow readers of Greek to have a more embodied and engaging experience with the Greek New Testament. This volume, which embeds Greek narrative, monologue, and dialogue within colorful illustrations, is truly the first of its kind.

Paul the Change Agent: The Context, Aims, and Implications of an Apostolic Innovator

In this study I argue that, in his day, the Apostle Paul was a change agent. I intend to demonstrate in this work that a close analysis of Galatians, 1 Thessalonians, and 1 Corinthians reveals that he was a of a particular sort in a culture where there was often an enormous resistance to change, and perhaps especially religious change.

People of the Book: Inviting Communities into Biblical Interpretation

People of the Book was written to offer an organic-holistic approach to communal interpretation, an approach that can work for your community and appeal to your wider culture. Here the Bible is envisioned as a conversation we are privileged to enter: listening, questioning, wrestling, reasoning, and responding together as authentic people of the Book.

Speak Koine Greek

Speak Koine Greek is a user-friendly compilation of expressions meant to help learners progress in fluency and knowledge of Koine while having fun doing so.

Speak Koine Greek: Audio

Audio companion files for the book Speak Koine Greek.

The First Steps to Learning Koine Greek

A workbook for those who want to learn Koine Greek. This workbook is loaded with activities and lessons that will be fun for children of all ages...and parents too! 

The First Steps to Learning Koine Greek: Videos

Video files to accompany the workbook for The First Steps to Learning Koine Greek.

The Path to Learning Greek

The Path to Learning Greek is an illustrated guide meant to help students on their journey toward learning and becoming fluent in ancient Koine Greek. It contains vocabulary terms that are immediately useful in daily life, a feature which helps ancient Greek come alive for learners. 

The Path to Learning Greek: Audio

Audio files for The Path to Learning Greek.

Where Are the Carrots? A Story in Koine

Where Are The Carrots? is a short story written in Koine Greek by Dr. T. Michael W. Halcomb and some of his family members that revolves around two horses and their missing carrots. Where did the carrots go? Did someone take them? Read and/or listen this fun tale to find out!

Where Are the Carrots? A Story in Koine: Audio & Video

Audio & Video companion files for Where Are the Carrots? A Story in Koine.

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CKI

Michael founded the Conversational Koine Institute in 2011. It exists to help people learn languages, especially ancient languages.  When it was first started, the CKI offered conversational Koine Greek courses only. It continues to do so but has expanded that to include courses such as Classical Hebrew, Classical Latin, Sanskrit, Modern Greek, German, French, English and more. Learn more about the Conversational Koine Institute at ConversationalKoine.com.

GH

Michael co-founded GlossaHouse, a publishing house, in 2012 with the vision of creating innovative language resources to help students and researchers advance in their acquisition of languages, especially biblical & ancient languages. You can learn more about GlossaHouse publishing and even submit your book or project proposal at GlossaHouse.com.

 
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