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A Guide to Reading Biblical Hebrew

Adam J. Howell

320 pages
Lexham Press

Maintain your Hebrew.

Too often, a former Hebrew student is a lapsed Hebrew student. The paradigms, the syntactical forms, and even the alphabet can be hard to recall. The way to make Hebrew stick, like any language, is to continue to put it to use.

In Ruth: Guide to Reading Biblical Hebrew, Adam J. Howell helps intermediate readers of Hebrew work through the text of Ruth with exegetical and syntactical aids. With Howell as a guide, students will be able to mine the riches of the Hebrew text to appreciate the literary and theological significance of the book of Ruth.

Author Bio
Adam J. Howell (PhD, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is assistant professor of Old Testament interpretation at Boyce College, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and coauthor of Hebrew for Life: Strategies for Learning, retaining, and Reviving Biblical Hebrew.