111A Old Testament Hebrew Basics I
Old Testament Hebrew
This four-part program is a restructured study of Old Testament Hebrew. The objective is to familiarize students with the basics of the language and to learn how to use lexical aides so that they will be able to engage in serious exegesis for personal Bible study, teaching, and sermon preparation.
This course introduces the basic vocabulary and grammar of the Hebrew Old Testament. The course focuses on the Hebrew alphabet, transliteration, word structure, vowels, verb forms including the basic verbal stems, noun forms, gutturals, the form and function of the definite article, the construct state or case of possession, and the basic form and use of adjectives, prepositions, and conjunctions. The student will acquire beginning ability to do word studies in the Hebrew OT using A Concise Hebrew and Aramaic Lexicon of the Old Testament and Strong's Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible.
Required for the OT Hebrew Basics Diploma.
Under the leadership of Claude Hurt, Jr.
Bachelor of Architecture, Kent State University; Master of Arts in Hebraic and Judaic Studies, New York University; graduate studies, Columbia University. Course studies, NYSB. Architect, Claude Hurt, Jr., Architect, P.C., New York State.
Main Campus Schedule
- Fall I - Mondays, 6:00 pm - Claude Hurt, Jr.