Hebrew Primer and Grammar, A. B. Davidson, hardcover

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Nothing is more needed today than a deeper study of the Bible. For  such a study, one needs a knowledge of the original languages of Scripture. Many are able to study the Greek of the New Testament, but Hebrew and the Old Testament are too often neglected.

Because God in His wisdom prepared for the advent of His Son by the revelations contained in the Old Testament, a full understanding of Christ depends upon understanding its message and the language in which it is expressed.

To that end, two beginning studies of the Hebrew language are offered in this volume, both of proven worth. Whether a student is a layman studying on his own, a pastor reviewing what he studied once  before, or a beginning student taking a class in the subject, all will be greatly helped by this book. An instructor is not necessary.

Fagnani’s A Primer of the Hebrew Language is geared as an introduction to the Hebrew language. It will start the student with essential knowledge needed to understand Old Testament words. It is intended to put the student into a position to begin reading and translating with the use of lexicon and grammar.

This is followed by A. B. Davidson’s Introductory Hebrew Grammar (revised for ease of progress by McFayden). This is of special value in giving very readable background information and many examples of grammatical points. Davidson claims that Hebrew is easier to learn than Greek, Latin, or German.

The books also present the material with a very similar approach, though from differing points of view, and somewhat different terminology. This allows the student to compare, aiding his understanding by finding that the one throws light on the subject where he may have found the other unclear. Thus the books are complementary to each other. The student is given a combination that will answer the questions that arise in his study.

C. R. Fagnani was a well-known professor of Hebrew at Union Theological Seminary in New York City.

Anthony Bruce Davidson (1831-1902) was a Scotsman who was professor of Hebrew and Oriental languages in the New College, the theological seminary of the Free Church of Scotland. He wrote many books, and was very well known as a premier Hebraist. 352 pages

Product Code: 1589600207


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