This course introduces the students to Biblical and Prayer Book Hebrew. Its aims are to teach students the Hebrew alphabet and how to read and write words and sentences in Hebrew, using the modern Sephardic pronunciation. some common grammatical forms and patterns of Hebrew are introduced through the study of brief texts from Exodus Chap. 20 and The Book of Psalms. After completing this course, students are able to read simple Hebrew texts, use a Hebrew-English dictionary, and consult interlinear texts for further study. this course provides students with the ability to use Biblical Hebrew texts for sermon preparation and Bible study.
Knowledge of the Hebrew Alphabet and the ability to read and write Hebrew are necessary skills for success in completing the seminary level class in Biblical Hebrew that The Newark School of Theology offers.
CLASS SIZE LIMITED TO 8 MAX
All Classes from 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Week I — March 6: Teach Yourself to Read Hebrew, Chapter 1
Week II — March 20 Teach Yourself to Read Hebrew, Chapter 2
Week III — April 3: Teach Yourself to Read Hebrew, Chapter 3 & 4
Week IV — April 17: Teach Yourself to Read Hebrew, Chapter 4 & 5
Week V — May 1: Teach Yourself to Read Hebrew, Chapter 6
Week VI — May 15: Teach Yourself to Read Hebrew, Chapter 7
Week VII — May 29: Teach Yourself to Read Hebrew, Chapter 8
Week VIII – June 12: Teach Yourself to Read Hebrew, Chapter 9 &10
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