It has been said that the teaching of biblical Hebrew as a "dead language" has killed it a second time. Shaking traditional views, this book sets the "sacred language"within the life and dynamics of Hebrew thinkingoa method that makes learning Hebrew easy, exciting, and theologically relevant. Doukhan uses both deductive and inductive methods in order to make his case. The book contains original mnemonic devices and tables, and a brief summary of Hebrew grammar and vocabulary at the end of the book.
This grammar breaks new ground for introductory Biblical Hebrew grammars.--Bruce Waltke, Regent College "The Chicago Theological Seminary Registrar "
|How to Use Hebrew for Theologians|
|Hebrew Thought||p. 191|
|Hebrew in a Nutshell||p. 219|
|Appendix: Further Steps||p. 225|
|Analytical Index||p. 239|
|Companion Tape||p. 245|
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Number Of Pages: 278
Published: 28th January 1993
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.76 x 15.44 x 1.47
Weight (kg): 0.37