Freely Given Online Bible College

L130 Greek and Hebrew Orientation
In this brief course the student is taught only the barest essentials of each language necessary to use the standard language sourcebooks. He learns the Greek alphabet, noun cases, and verb tenses; as well as the Hebrew alphabet, vowel points, and verb tenses. With this working knowledge, the instructor explains how to use a wide range of language reference books to identify, define, and make proper applications of specific Greek and Hebrew words in the Bible. Special attention is given to learning the most efficient sequences of standard sources to obtain wanted information in the shortest amount of time. After this one credit-hour course the student can use the Greek, Hebrew, and English concordances, lexicons, grammars, apparatus for manuscript evaluation, etc. Such would normally not be possible until he had completed fifteen credit-hours of complex Greek and Hebrew language courses. Additionally, the course affords him a much greater understanding of the source books. 1 credit. Prerequisite: one semester.


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