Biblical Hebrew I
Biblical Hebrew I introduces the student to the basics of the ancient Hebrew language. Students will learn how to read Hebrew letters and vowels and proceed from there to grammar and vocabulary. This course will be the beginning of the student’s journey leading to an in-depth study of the Bible.
Hebrew is the language of the Bible, the foundation of the Judeo-Christian faith. The cultural and religious influence of the Bible is incalculable. Understanding the language in which it was written is not only a literary achievement but will also bring rich depth and understanding to one’s faith and how we respond to a rapidly changing world. While the Bible can often seem complex and at times, perhaps even contradictory, learning the original language will bring understanding. Furthermore, understanding the language of the Old Testament will clarify the New Testament, unlocking cultural significance and meaning. Learning Modern Hebrew is the simplest way into the Bible. Biblical Hebrew I is the beginning of that exciting introduction to the language of the Bible.
Biblical Hebrew I is a high school-level course perfect for motivated middle and High School students. Those interested in Middle Eastern Culture, Critical Languages, or in-depth, personal Bible Study will particularly benefit. Pair this course with Biblical Feasts and Festivals or Old Testament for even greater insight and wisdom from the Bible.
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Biblical Hebrew I a challenging and fun class for the adult learner and has been of particular interest to those planning on a visit to Israel. Taught live weekly from Israel, this is an exciting and challenging course that will bring clarity to the language of our most beloved Book.
Middle School students who want to earn High School Credit for Foreign Language may also join this class.
Required Text: The First Hebrew Primer
Your True North Homeschool Academy teacher will teach and grade the class. The coursework your child will complete in this high school level course is equal to one credit hour which may be awarded by your homeschool upon completion of the course. If you need help with creating your transcripts and calculating credits, check out Academic Advising.