Biblical Hebrew 2 takes students who can pronounce and write the alef-bet through to two years of high school foreign language credit and reading Scripture in Hebrew.
Besides the grammar and vocabulary necessary to read most of the Hebrew Bible, Biblical Hebrew 2 offers tools and background for a lifetime of vibrant and practical Bible study. You will find engaging explorations of manuscript history and reliability, Hebrew wordplay, archaeological discoveries, challenges and methods of translation, Hebrew's modern revival in Israel, Biblical poetry, the Talmud, Jewish Bible study traditions, textual criticism, literary devices, how to conduct a contextual word study using Hebrew, and more.
This text is designed to follow Biblical Hebrew: A Homeschool Primer and to be accompanied by the Biblical Hebrew 2 Workbook and its answer key. The workbook provides daily exercises in reading, understanding, and translating Biblical Hebrew. The answer key is a full-size, completed workbook to make checking work quick and easy.
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