Graded Reader of Biblical Hebrew

A Guide to Reading the Hebrew Bible
Author: Miles V. Van Pelt,Gary Davis Pratico
Publisher: Zondervan Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780310251576
Category: Bibles
Page: 237
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This graded reader introduces the second-year Hebrew student to various types of biblical Hebrew literature and contains various notations to assist him or her in the further advancement of Hebrew translation and exegesis.

Learning Biblical Hebrew Workbook

A Graded Reader with Exercises
Author: Karl V. Kutz,Rebekah J. Josberger
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9781683592440
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Page: 256
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The Learning Biblical Hebrew Workbook is an essential companion for students using Learning Biblical Hebrew: Reading for Comprehension. The workbook includes guided readings tailored to the growing knowledge of the student using the introductory grammar. After the opening chapters containing grammar exercises to reinforce basic concepts, students begin reading actual Hebrew text based on the Joseph story from Genesis 37:50. The text has been abridged and modified to present students with a text that they can read with minimal help. The readings are accompanied with three types of annotations: the Hebrew root or lexical form, an English gloss, or grammatical and textual explanations. The notes are provided to facilitate reading comprehension by identifying unfamiliar words and concepts. As familiarity with vocabulary and grammar increases, the readings are modified less and less until students are essentially reading the standard Hebrew text used in most Hebrew Bibles today. After completing the beginning Biblical Hebrew reader based on the Joseph story, students move on to the intermediate Biblical Hebrew reader that includes the books of Ruth, Jonah, and Esther. The continuous practice of reading Biblical Hebrew text is an essential part of truly understanding and experiencing what you read. The Learning Biblical Hebrew Workbook provides that essential reading practice that will make your study of Biblical Hebrew come alive.

Charts of Biblical Hebrew

Author: Miles V. Van Pelt,Gary D. Pratico
Publisher: Zondervan
ISBN: 0310100321
Category: Religion
Page: 144
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Charts of Biblical Hebrew provides students of biblical Hebrew with a unique study aid. This innovative language resource contains 130 of the most vital charts for instant access. Featuring two color design, Charts of Biblical Hebrew is cross-referenced to Pratico and Van Pelt's Basics of Biblical Hebrew and may be used with other first-year biblical Hebrew textbooks as well. The charts are also an ideal means of review for advanced students.

English Grammar to Ace Biblical Hebrew

Author: Miles V. Van Pelt
Publisher: Zondervan
ISBN: 0310100879
Category: Religion
Page: 112
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English Grammar to Ace Biblical Hebrew enables students of biblical Hebrew to grasp the basic concepts of English grammar that are needed in order to be able to transfer these concepts to biblical Hebrew. One of the biggest problems students encounter learning biblical languages, especially Hebrew, is that they have either forgotten or simply do not know their English grammar. Concepts such as verb tense and voice, relative pronouns, antecedents, adjectival substantives, and the like, sound like familiar terms, but may seem foreign when it's time to put them to practice. With chapters such as, "To Be or Not To Be, that is the Infinitive" and "Pronouns: Grammatical Stunt Doubles," this book is both clever and engaging. All Hebrew students will become better translators--and ultimately better pastors and leaders--with the help of this book. Tips for studying Hebrew, a glossary, and a list of additional Hebrew resources is also provided. This book is a companion to English Grammar to Ace New Testament Greek by Samuel Lamerson.

Der Text des Alten Testaments

Neubearbeitung der Einführung in die Biblia Hebraica von Ernst Würthwein
Author: Alexander Achilles Fischer
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9783438060488
Category: Bible
Page: 379
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Invitation to Biblical Interpretation

Exploring the Hermeneutical Triad of History, Literature, and Theology
Author: Andreas J. Köstenberger,Richard Duane Patterson
Publisher: Kregel Academic
ISBN: 0825488591
Category: Religion
Page: 891
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Invitation to Biblical Interpretation provides seminarians and upper-level collegians a textbook utilizing the "hermeneutical triad" method. This approach to interpretation is based on giving due consideration to both the historical setting and the literary context, as well the theological message.

Hebräische Grammatik

Author: Wilhelm Gesenius
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 0543941000
Page: 314
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This Elibron Classics title is a reprint of the original edition published by Renger'sche Buchhandlung in Leipzig, 1842.

Sourcebook of the Structures and Styles in John 1-10

The Johannine Parallelisms and Chiasms
Author: Sang-Hoon Kim
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1630878561
Category: Religion
Page: 334
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No other book in the New Testament compares to John in its complexity of style and structure. So many factors confuse Johannine scholars, including the complexity of styles, repetition, duplication, and seemingly distracted structures that are difficult to discern. Sourcebook of the Structures and Styles in John 1-10 is designed to scrutinize the structures and styles in John 1-10, reading John according to John's way, with the following integrated points of view: First, this reading is indebted to both diachronic and synchronic approaches. Second, macro structure and micro style are treated together and interactively. Third, specific and overall analyses are made together. Fourth, grammatical and relational considerations are brought together. Fifth, syntactic, semantic, and pragmatic relations are considered all together. Sixth, both parallelisms and chiasms (including their variations) are examined, whether in macro structure or in micro style, without excluding either. Seventh, all types of parallelisms and chiasms are examined, whether simple or complex. Eighth, ancient and modern ways in writing-reading processes complement each other. Ninth, Western and Eastern perspectives become complementary. Tenth, the Greek text and its English version (by the author) are used interactively. Eleventh, analysis and discussion are brought to complement one another.

Graded Holiness

A Key to the Priestly Conception of the World
Author: Philip Peter Jenson
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 9781850753605
Category: Religion
Page: 281
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This wide-ranging investigation of the priestly cultic texts from Exodus 25 onwards explores the coherence and theology of the priestly writing, utilizing insights from anthropology and recent biblical scholarship. Through a carefully worked out set of laws and institutions, the priestly authors sought to order Israel's life before God in a sustainable and satisfying way. This is a valuable contribution to the growing number of studies concerned to understand and recover this neglected part of the Bible.

Das überlieferungsgeschichtliche Problem des Pentateuch

Author: Rolf Rendtorff
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
ISBN: 3110802430
Category: Religion
Page: 185
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In der Reihe Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft (BZAW) erscheinen Arbeiten zu sämtlichen Gebieten der alttestamentlichen Wissenschaft. Im Zentrum steht die Hebräische Bibel, ihr Vor- und Nachleben im antiken Judentum sowie ihre vielfache Verzweigung in die benachbarten Kulturen der altorientalischen und hellenistisch-römischen Welt.

Der Jahwist

Author: Christoph Levin
Publisher: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht
ISBN: 9783525538395
Category: Bible
Page: 456
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Exodus 1-15

Author: Helmut Utzschneider,Wolfgang Oswald
Publisher: Kohlhammer Verlag
ISBN: 317025412X
Category: Religion
Page: 372
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Der Kommentar umfasst den ersten Teil des Buches Exodus, Kapitel 1,1-15,21. Er nimmt einerseits den überlieferten hebräischen Text in den Blick und legt ihn "synchron" nach literaturwissenschaftlichen Methoden aus. Andererseits werden "diachron" die literargeschichtlichen Vorgänger-Kompositionen rekonstruiert und nach ihrer historischen Funktion befragt. Eine abschließende Synthese reflektiert das Verhältnis der beiden Auslegungsweisen, greift aber auch auslegungsgeschichtliche und aktuelle Fragestellungen auf. Am Anfang der Literargeschichte steht eine Kampfschrift gegen politische Vasallenschaft, die im Verlauf von 250 Jahren vier Mal umgestaltet und erweitert wurde. Das Ende bildet eine Erzählung, die den Herrschaftswechsel vom Pharao zum Gott Israels in höchster dramatischer Zuspitzung darbietet und so das zukunftsoffene Paradigma einer freiheitlichen politischen Theologie entwirft. Mit der Auslegung des Auszugs Israels aus Ägypten geschieht zugleich der Auszug aus der historizistischen Suche nach dem historischen Kern der Erzählung.

Hebrew in Colleges and Universities

A Guide to Course Offerings in Undergraduate, Graduate and Professional Schools in the United States
Author: Judah Lapson
Publisher: N.A
Category: Hebrew language
Page: 195
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Author: University of Natal
Publisher: N.A
Page: N.A
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Living Bridges

Memoirs of an Educator
Author: Alexander Mordecai Dushkin
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780706514698
Category: Jewish teachers
Page: 310
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The Religion of Ancient Israel

Author: Patrick D. Miller
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
ISBN: 9780664221454
Category: Religion
Page: 335
View: 1933

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The historical and literary questions about ancient Israel that traditionally have preoccupied biblical scholars have often overlooked the social realities of life experienced by the vast majority of the population of ancient Israel. Volumes in the Library of Ancient Israel draw on multiple disciplines -- such as archaeology, anthropology, sociology, and literary criticism -- to illumine the everyday realities and social subtleties these ancient cultures experienced. This series employs sophisticated methods resulting in original contributions that depict the reality of the people behind the Hebrew Bible and interprets these scholarly insights for a wide variety of readers. Individually and collectively, these books will expand our vision of the culture and society of ancient Israel, thereby generating new appreciation for its impact up to the present.Patrick Miller investigates the role religion played in an expanding circle of influences in ancient Israel: the family, village, tribe, and nation-state. He situates Israel's religion in context where a variety of social forces affected beliefs, and where popular cults openly competed with the "official" religion. Miller makes extensive use of both epigraphic and artefactual evidence as he deftly probes the complexities of Iron Age culture and society and their enduring significance for people today.