Hebrew

A division of Talbot School of Theology

Faculty

Dean: Clinton E. Arnold, Ph.D.
Dean of the Faculty: Scott B. Rae, Ph.D.
Associate Dean: Douglas Huffman, Ph.D.
Professors: Curtis
Associate Professor: Volkmer

The purpose of these courses is to provide students with tools that will enable them to use the Hebrew languages in the study, interpretation, and exposition of the Word of God and to prepare students for future graduate studies.

Upon completion of 12 credits of Hebrew, it is intended that the student will be able to read and translate the original text with accuracy using a standard lexicon and grammar, explain basic grammatical and syntactical features of the text, exegete a biblical text accurately, and undertake individual research in biblical and related background material. Two years of Hebrew (BLHE 101, BLHE 102, BLHE 201, and BLHE 202) will fulfill the general education foreign language requirement.

Courses

BLHE 101 - Elementary Hebrew Grammar ICredits 3

Introduction to the language of the Hebrew Bible: morphology, syntax, as well as reading and translation of biblical texts. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

BLHE 102 - Elementary Hebrew Grammar IICredits 3

Introduction to the language of the Hebrew Bible: morphology, syntax, as well as reading and translation of biblical texts. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

BLHE 201 - Intermediate Hebrew Grammar ICredits 3

Advanced grammar and syntax with emphasis upon rapid reading as well as the development of exegetical skills. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: BLHE 102.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.

BLHE 202 - Intermediate Hebrew Grammar IICredits 3

Advanced grammar and syntax with emphasis upon rapid reading as well as the development of exegetical skills. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: BLHE 102.
Restrictions: Must be Undergraduate Level.