Basics of Biblical Hebrew Grammar has ratings and 21 reviews. Josué said: Después de comparar esta gramática con algunas otras, esta ha resultado ser. Second Edition Author: Gary D. PraticoAuthor: Miles V. Van Pelt. US Retail Description. Features of Basics of Biblical Hebrew Grammar, Second Edition text. Written by: Dr. Gary Pratico and Dr. Miles Van Pelt This workbook is designed for use with Basics of Biblical Hebrew Grammar, which presents a new.
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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. DeRouchie Goodreads Author Contributor. Basics of Biblical Hebrew takes the groundbreaking integrative approach of William Mounce’s widely used Basics of Biblical Greek and applies it to learning and teaching biblical Hebrew.
This book makes learning Hebrew a natural process and shows from the very beginning how understanding Hebrew helps in understanding the Old Testament. Field-tested at Basics of Biblical Hebrew takes the groundbreaking integrative approach of William Mounce’s widely used Pratici of Biblical Greek and applies it to learning and biblica biblical Hebrew.
Field-tested at a number of colleges and seminaries.
Uses actual examples from the Hebrew Old Testament rather than made-up illustrations. Emphasizes the structural pattern of the Hebrew language rather than rote memorization, resulting in a simple, enjoyable, and effective learning process. Typestyle highlights particles added to nouns and verbs for easy recognition of new forms. Includes a CD-ROM featuring the full answer key to the accompanying workbook; and full-color, printable charts and diagnostics.
With an Internet connection, you can also access additional resources including Hebrdw TMa fun and effective vocabulary-drilling program from Teknia Language Tools.
Section of appendices and study aids is clearly marked for fast reference. Hardcoverpages.
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Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Gracias por este excelente trabajo. Best Hebrew grammar out there. Can’t wait to see the next edition. Make no mistake, this was not easy to work through in a mere semester, but nevertheless, I have successfully muscled through and am proud of the progress I have made in understanding the language. That being said, this text was as easy as they could make it for the first year Hebrew seminarian.
Basics of Biblical Hebrew Grammar
Rather than paradigm memorization ad infinitum, they work on memorization of core pa Make no mistake, this was not easy to work through in a mere semester, but nevertheless, I have successfully muscled through and am proud of the progress I have made in understanding the language.
Rather than paradigm memorization ad infinitum, they work on memorization of core paradigms and recognition of others. This has made the initial work load much more manageable, albeit the work I have in front of me to be able to read and interact with the Hebrew is by no means done. Even still, BBH gives a the best solid platform you can get in order to move forward.
What’s next for me? I have purchased the companion Reader’s Hebrew Bible which will be a great next stepping stone as I move forward. It parses all weak verb forms and supplies definitions of all word occurrences that appear less than 70 times in the Hebrew Bible.
The text is the biblia hebraica stuttgartensia but without the cumbersome textual variants and comments which I don’t need, since I’m not trying to do textual criticism.
Extremely excited to work the Psalms and Proverbs into our devotional time by translating a chapter at a time. I am going to read through this text once more to pick up what I missed the first time while I was actually learning the information, then plan to start reading my RHB.
I start Latin August 18 this year, and I am looking forward to it! I have successfully read through this text a second time, and have been translating sections from Tanak everyday, working on my Hebrew slowly but surely along with my Greek NT as I continue to learn Latin.
Feb 19, Jacob Aitken rated it really liked it Shelves: I took Hebrew under Prof van Pelt. When I took it we used the first edition with all of its errors!
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We were the “guinea pigs. I am very good at picking up languages but I just struggled with Hebrew, and this text didn’t help. All of the reviews criticizing it for offering too much information too early are correct. It Introduces too much information too early on, which overwhelms the learner with a never-ending sense I took Hebrew under Prof van Pelt. It Introduces uebrew much information too early on, which overwhelms the learner with a never-ending bublical of doom and failure.
The info they introduce is important, but not relevant to the early learner. Prof Van Pelt’s methodology, while painful and strict, does “teach” the langauge. In other words, this book really does “work. In really big letters you will see It is an evangelical bxsics. You should expect that going in.
Just know that going into it. And if it bothers you that much, don’t read it. It’s not hard to skip a few pages. Potential energy is on your side. I did not like this grammar at all. It is based on old, out hebgew date teaching methods. The Cambridge Introduction to Biblical Hebrew is much better.
Aug 17, Shira rated it it was ok Shelves: The Hebrew grammar and vocabulary was good when examples actually were drawn from the Biblical text, but I found their attempts to show what a mistaken phrase or sentence would look like to be more distracting than helpful, and also the Christian sermonizing finally became unbearable by about chapter 15! Mar 21, Brice Bigham rated it really liked it. Pratico and Van Pelt have constructed pratjco Hebrew Grammar in such a way that anyone can use it to learn the language of the Old Testament – whether a seminary student, pastor or Church member.
The methodology bascs is concerned with accuracy and memorization of essential grammatical rules and paradigms – yet the authors are very concerned biblifal the student waste no time in useless study. The approach is streamlined to minimize time and maximize rule retention. In addition to the exceptional approa Pratico and Van Pelt have constructed this Hebrew Grammar in such a way that anyone can use it to learn the language of the Old Testament – whether a seminary student, pastor or Church member.
In addition to the exceptional approach to Hebrew grammar there are wonderful entries by Biblical scholars, pastors and professors at the end of each chapter which present the reader with reflective applications of the grammatical rules learned which demonstrate the hebrww of Hebrew and the importance of studying the original languages.
Learning Bilical is not only helpful for pastors, but for everyone! Theology is shaped by the partico which captures it. Learning Hebrew is beneficial for any Christian that is trying to understand the Old Biblcial, and this book presents an approach that is accessible for anyone. Mar 25, Hank Pin rated it really liked it. The title itself is pretty self explanatory: The emphasis, likewise, is not on vocabulary acquisition after all, that’s what a dictionary ;ratico Biblical Hebrew is for.
Despite the fact basisc this is a pretty solid textbook that lies out the information in a clear and rational way, it seems crammed at times, condensing a significant amount of information within prqtico chapter. Regarding the vocabulary and the audio, it sho The title itself praticl pretty self explanatory: Regarding the vocabulary and the audio, it should be noted that this textbook follows the traditional pronunciation instead of the modern one waw instead of vav; gimel, dalet, and tav have prxtico same sound with and without the dagesh, so on and so forth.
But personally, having never have to actually read the text out loud, this is a minor detail than anything else. A textbook that serves its purpose decently. However, there are a few things that should be kept in mind: Accordingly, the book used the “traditional” Christian phonology i. Second, the layout could seriously use some revamp, as parts of the textbook can be a bit unclear, even disjointed, but luckily, with a decent professor, that can be mitigated.
By the end of the book though, one should be able to translate verses in the Biblixal excluding Aramaic parts and Psalms with the help of a dictionary and a sheet reminding you of the various forms of verb conjugations.
To me, at least, the course feels like purgatory. Theological bent bleeds through at the expensive of teaching the language. The content is muddled and excessively confusing, and without the assistance of a good professor, I fear the grammar would lose the student totally. The accompanying workbook is prztico helpful, however. At the end of each chapter, an excerpt from a scholar or pastor gives a nice perspective on the importance of Hebrew.
I enjoyed that, except for the the one section authored by John Piper. He has no place in an academic gram Theological bent bleeds through at the expensive of teaching the language. He has no place in an academic grammar, and Zondervan reveals it’s theological bias by using him. A textbook of Hebrew for Protestant seminaries; pieces of grammar interspersed with homilies about the need for preachers to know the original language of the Holy Scriptures, and weird exegeses: Like any ancient language there are hiccups with trying to teach it and this grammar has its fair share.
Though using it along with the help of a solid professor it serves its purpose well. Aug 30, John Yelverton rated it really liked it. This was a very helpful and clear breakdown of the Hebrew language, how to study it, learn it’s grammar, and then translate from the ancient biblical texts.
May 16, Don rated it it was amazing Shelves: