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About the Blogger

Robert Wermuth is a freelance New Testament (Koiné) Greek and classical Latin instructor,  including the Pillar Foundation in West St. Louis County along with various other home schooling venues within the greater St. Louis metropolitan area. He also is periodically an adjunct instructor in beginning New Testament Greek at the main Lindenwood University campus in St. Charles, Missouri.

Robert is the author of Wermuth’s GREEKBOOK—A Systematic-Relational Beginning Grammar for the New Testament Greek Student. A 1985 graduate from St. Louis’ Covenant Theological Seminary (Presbyterian Church in America), Robert received a Master of Arts degree in exegetical theology, with a thesis on The Doctrine of Adoption in Paul’s Ephesian Letter. His undergraduate Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism is from Auburn University. Robert, a native of Alabama, is a single father of three school age children.  He and his family reside in Maplewood, Missouri.

4 Comments »

  1. You have a veritable treasure trove of resources on your website. With your permission, I’d like to let my “History of the Spanish Language” students know about this blog.
    After an introduction to cases and declensions, their heads are spinning.

    Laura Middlebrooks

    Comment by Laura Middlebrooks — September 16, 2009 @ 9:09 pm | Reply

    • Glad to hear it! Permission granted, although not needed since you’re all welcome to the blog-o-sphere!

      Comment by Robert Wermuth — September 16, 2009 @ 9:15 pm | Reply

  2. My spouse and I absolutely love your blog and find most of your post’s to be just what I’m looking for.
    Do you offer guest writers to write content for you personally?

    I wouldn’t mind writing a post or elaborating on a few of the subjects you write in relation to here. Again, awesome weblog!

    Comment by awsome chat here — June 17, 2013 @ 11:33 pm | Reply

    • Never really thought about it. What did you have in mind? Thanks for your positive comments.

      Comment by Robert Wermuth — June 18, 2013 @ 2:59 pm | Reply


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