LA151 Learn to Use Biblical Hebrew with Logos 6

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Using a practical approach, Dr. Michael Heiser shows you how to use biblical Hebrew to become a competent interpreter of the Old Testament. Perform word studies alongside an expert and learn to avoid common mistakes. Learn grammatical terminology used in commentaries and journal articles so you can follow the discussion. Dr. Heiser teaches you the concepts and introduces you to the tools, and then walks you through each step of interpretation. New content and examples have been added throughout the course, including a revised and expanded word study section, coverage of prepositions and conjunctions, the Aramaic verb system, and more.

Introduction

Introducing the Speaker and the Course

Introducing the Speaker and the Course

3m

Preliminary Matters

Conceptual Introduction

Conceptual Introduction

2m

Tools for Word Studies

Some Common Tools

Some Common Tools

5m

English Words and Word Meanings

How Do Words “Mean”?

How Do Words “Mean”?

3m

Hebrew Words and English Translations

Polysemy and Translation

Polysemy and Translation

6m

Methods for Studying Hebrew Words

Previewing the Methods

Previewing the Methods

2m

Nouns

Previewing Morphology, Syntax, and Meaning

Previewing Morphology, Syntax, and Meaning

4m

Prepositions

Previewing Prepositions

Previewing Prepositions

2m

Conjunctions

Previewing Conjunctions

Previewing Conjunctions

2m

Verbs: Terminology

Previewing Terminology

Previewing Terminology

3m

Verbal Tense, Aspect, and Mood

Previewing Verbal Forms and Stems

Previewing Verbal Forms and Stems

2m

Verbal Stems

Introducing Verbal Stems

Introducing Verbal Stems

4m

Verb Changes with Vav Conjunction

Previewing Verb Sequences

Previewing Verb Sequences

3m

Aramaic and Transliteration

Interpretive Overlaps with Aramaic

Interpretive Overlaps with Aramaic

1m

Conclusion

Quick Review

Quick Review

1m

Appendix: The Lexham Discourse Hebrew Bible and the High Definition Old Testament

Assumptions behind the Resources

Assumptions behind the Resources

2m