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Greek or Hebrew?

A quote from George Athas at Moore College that’s crying out for re-posting: A friend of mine who pastors a congregation told me of a young man in his church who was heading off to study at a theological college. This young man approached my friend for advice on making …

Anki Greek and Hebrew flashcard resources

A message about some of the latest language flashcard resources from my friend Rene Hamburger: If you were planning to revise your Greek or Hebrew vocab or grammar, using Anki might be a great help! Anki is probably the best and most popular free flashcard testing program that is available …

Hebrew Verbs and the Sovereignty of God

Great insights here by George Athas on God, Jonah, and the Benefit of Hebrew. George looks carefully at the Hebrew verbs in Jonah and finds: It seems that the narrator wants us to understand that Yahweh is in complete control of the situation. Although Jonah is on the run, trying …

A Hebrew Reader of BHS – on its way

I’m eagerly awaiting the publication of this Hebrew Reader of the BHS. Learning and keeping the Hebrew language should be a joy rather than a burden; this publication is designed to lift the burden and share the joy: The reader is designed to enable students of Biblical Hebrew to read …

Seow Hebrew vocabulary resources from David Reimer

David Reimer, from Edinburgh, has provided two very helpful resources for students using C. L. Seow’s Textbook A Grammar for Biblical Hebrew. This Vocabulary List contains the entire vocabulary list from Seow, sorted by “alephbet”. A good reference glossary. This Flashcards – Seow Hebrew (Unicode) is my original Hebrew flashcards …

Reader’s Version of Greek and Hebrew Bible

This Reader’s Version of Greek and Hebrew Bible is an excellent resource for those who have learned Greek and Hebrew and want to keep up their language skills. You can customise it to provide you with as much or as little help as you need. I recommend small doses every …