Hebrew Reading Group
We will start reading 1 Samuel; this will no doubt be a multi-year project.
|Sep 11||1 Sam 1:1-||Jan 8|
|Sep 18||Jan 15|
|Sep 25||Jan 22|
|Oct 2||Jan 29|
|Oct 9||Feb 5|
|Oct 16||Feb 12|
|Oct 23||Feb 19|
|Oct 30||Feb 26|
|Nov 6||Mar 5|
|Nov 13||Mar 12|
|Nov 20||Mar 19|
|Nov 27||Thanksgiving||Mar 26|
|Dec 4||Apr 2|
|Dec 11||Apr 9|
|Dec 18||CHRISTMAS BREAK||Apr 16|
|Dec 25||CHRISTMAS BREAK||Apr 23|
|Jan 1||CHRISTMAS BREAK||Apr 30|
Hebrew text (pdf): not yet ready.
NET Bible (pdf): not yet ready.
Hebrew Verb Charts – a pdf document containing four charts: The Strong Verb, The Stem System, Verb Forms, Mechanical Parsing.
Hebrew 101: The first-year Hebrew class at PBCC 2008-09.
Helpful Internet Resources
Orthodox Jewish Bible – translated by Dr. Phillip Goble of Artists for Israel International. All significant Hebrew words (or in the NT the Hebrew words lying behind the Greek ones) are transliterated rather than translated into English, so as to enhance recognition of significant words, themes and ideas. The entire Bible (both Tanakh and Brit Chadasha = New Testament) is available by individual chapter. In addition the Brit Chadasha (New Testament) is also available as a single pdf file.
Unicode Texts: from Tyndale House (MT, LXX, GNT).
- Tyndale House, Cambridge: Unicode Font Kit (uses Cardo).
- SIL (Summer Institute of Linguistics): SIL Ezra (Hebrew); Charis, Doulos, Gentium (3 fonts using multilingual Latin-based alphabets, useful for transliteration); I generally use Gentium Plus.
- SBL (Society of Biblical Literature): SBL fonts: SBL Hebrew, SBL Greek, SBL BibLit.
iTanakh – a gateway to Internet resources for the study of the Tanakh, the Hebrew Bible.