Hebrew for Biblical Interpretation

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SBL Press, Jan 1, 2003 - Religion - 294 pages
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Hebrew for Biblical Interpretation teaches elementary Hebrew with a specific focus on the tasks of biblical exegesis. This innovative textbook combines the features of a traditional grammar with exercises in reading and interpreting the Hebrew Bible. Grammatical descriptions are clear, concise, and systematic, and vocabulary is introduced in descending order of frequency. All words occurring more than 100 times in the Hebrew Bible are taught, and attention to grammatical indicators reduces the need for rote memorization of paradigms. The integration of grammar and exegesis helps to motivate students and makes the textbook well-suited to seminary courses, while those who teach in university settings will find the textbook useful because the focus is on scholarly biblical exegesis, not theological interpretation.

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Arthur Walker-Jones is Assistant Professor, Faculty of Theology, at the University of Winnipeg and co-chairs the Academic Teaching of Biblical Studies Section of the Society of Biblical Literature.

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