Reviewing my chapter over the perfect tense this morning while sipping coffee at Bo's. The perfect will be the focus of tonight's class in Wake Forest.
The perfect is possibly the most significant tense in Greek. And no one explains its significance better than my good friend Jim Voelz of Concordia Seminary. See if you don't agree. Jim, by the way, has also produced a beginning grammar of Greek.
The bottom line? There is no shortage of grammars to help you get started in learning to read New Testament Greek. And Jim's is one of the best.