After a few years of using other Bible reading plans, I’m returning in 2020 to a plan that I’ve used in the past to read through the New Testament in Greek each year. The plan that I’ve found most useful for that is one from Denny Burk, which is based on a plan prepared by Lee Irons.
Plodding through entire books–even ones like the letter to the Hebrews, where the Greek is a struggle for almost anyone–is the best way by far to keep up and to sharpen your language skills. I’m especially excited about it this year, because I’m looking forward to using my leatherbound The Greek New Testament, produced by Tyndale House at Cambridge. I’ve been using this Greek New Testament for a year or two, but I haven’t read all the way through it yet. The quality and the font of this text has been a sheer delight, and I’m looking forward to a close reading of the text in its entirety.
To download Denny’s plan for reading through the Greek New Testament in a year, go here. To use Lee Irons’ similar plan, go here.
To learn more about the textual accuracy of the New Testament, listen to this episode of Three Chords and the Truth: The Apologetics Podcast.