Learn to Read Biblical Hebrew
On-line Video Course
Instructor: Jeff A. Benner

A translation of the Bible is a translator's "interpretation" of the text. The translator's doctrines and beliefs will often influence how the text will be translated and anyone using his translation is seeing it through his eyes rather than through the eyes of the original authors. Only by studying the original language of the Bible can one see the text in its original state.

Learning the Hebrew language can be both fun and exciting. Upon completing this course you will be reading Hebrew, building a Hebrew vocabulary and even begin translating Biblical passages for yourself.

With this course, you will have the ability to go at your own pace, repeat lectures as often as necessary, access the course from any computer or device, download the lectures for viewing offline and have a lifetime access to the course and its resources.

In this course you will;

  • Identify the Hebrew alphabet and vowels and pronounce them.
  • Read the text of the Hebrew Bible with some basic comprehension.
  • Understand the fundamentals of the Hebrew language.
  • Be able to look up any word in the Hebrew Bible and determine its meaning.
What is the target audience?
  • Anyone interested in learning how to read the Hebrew Bible in its original language.
  • This course is not for learning the Greek language of the New Testament.
The course includes;
  • 55 lectures
  • 3 hours of video
  • Quizzes and Exercises
  • Lifetime access
  • Money back gaurentee
  • Free preview

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A Few Reviews for this Course:

I thought that this would be too basic, but I was wrong. I did find it challenging. Whether it was repetition from previous learning or Jeff's explanation in this course, concepts I've heard before finally "clicked." I very much appreciate Mr. Benner's approach to the Hebrew language. -Ron Calling

clear explanations, good speed in introducing new concepts and good practice with each new concept. Simple and clear presentation. -Clara Dumas

I thought it was very informative as a beginner in the Hebrew aleph-bet. Not only did the instructor take me through the letters but also how to pronounce them and build words and sentences.-Janet

It is easy to follow and doesn't introduce new information too quickly yet fast enough to not get boring. -Gail Wagner

No where else have I seen such a simple and complete explanation of prefixes and suffixes. -Linda Stark

simple progressive development of meaning. easy to understand and remember. great flow of ideas. everything is meaning, rather than mere memory, oriented. -Peter Cvek