A Modern Grammar for Biblical Hebrew



A Modern Grammar for Biblical Hebrew and its accompanying materials are designed for a two-semester course of study. The textbook’s structure, however, is intentionally set up to allow maximal use in both traditional and non-traditional academic settings. The format of the material gives instructors numerous options for customizing their syllabi.

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About the Authors:

Duane A. Garrett is the John R. Sampey Professor of Old Testament at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. He also served as general editor for the Archaeological Study Bible.

Jason S. DeRouchie (Ph.D., The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is Associate Professor of Old Testament at Bethlehem College & Seminary in Minneapolis, MN.

With profound appreciation, we here offer our thanks to those who toiled for hours in proofreading, evaluating, and correcting this work. Responsibility for any remaining errors is entirely ours. Special thanks are extended to Anna Strom, Jason Andersen, Sarah Lysaker, Dr. Rebekah Josberger, and Dr. David Stabnow. Their thoroughness, enthusiasm, and honesty are deeply appreciated. We also thank Dr. Kenneth Turner of Bryan College and Brian Tabb and Ryan Griffith of Bethlehem College and Seminary for trying early drafts of this material in the classroom. We must also voice the deepest gratitude to our own Hebrew students at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and Northwestern College (MN), who patiently bore with the early manuscript versions of this grammar while kindly making suggestions for its improvement.
Finally and chiefly, we joyfully give praise to God, whose clear and sufficient disclosure of himself and his will through the Scripture makes such a grammar possible and necessary. Being
confident in all God’s past and future grace won for us through Messiah Jesus, we pray our grammar will help equip the next generation to study, practice, and teach all of God’s Word in
God’s world for God’s glory.
Duane A. Garrett and Jason S. DeRouchie
Easter Week 2009

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Attie Bogaards
An important work for those interested in Hebrew Grammar

Like every work of TheWord this book is of a very high standard.. The authors of this book is known theologians, who know how to lead students in theology and also Hebrew Grammar. I can recommend every work of them and also this book.