110 Elements of Hebrew and Greek for Advanced Bible Study
Students of the Bible are often apprehensive about studying the biblical languages. Acquiring proficiency to read these archaic languages takes years and is very expensive. This course, however, is a practical introduction to the basic principles of Hebrew and Greek. The ultimate goal of this course is to help the student become skilled at using lexical aides such as concordances and exegetical commentaries. While the student will not learn from this course how to read Hebrew or Greek with any proficiency, the student will learn how to pronounce, transliterate, and find the meaning of words in the original languages. This skill will enhance the student’s biblical studies.
Fulfills Bible elective for Intermediate Certificate.
Fulfills elective for Advanced Certificate.
Main Campus Schedule
- Summer Sessions - Saturdays, 9:00 am - Lawrence Taylor