This page is dedicated to Hebrew Biblical Studies which is delivered by the Israel Institute of Biblical Studies in which I am the affiliate. I believe that the bible is the word of God that should be preached to all the peoples of the earth. For me this is not just about earning some commission from the proceedings, I am absolutely passionate about spreading the word of God at any given opportunity. As a preacher of the gospel myself, I see this as an opportunity to preach the gospel through promoting and offering Christians and others who may be interested, the opportunity to study the bible in a structured way.
The most interesting aspect of this course is that it offers potential students the opportunity to understand the bible from the Hebrew language point of view which is fantastic particularly for those who non-Hebrew speakers. I am so excited to have joined hands with the Israel Institute of Biblical Studies in promoting this very important course to the children of God. I am certain that there are many people out there with inspiring reasons to study Biblical Hebrew. Some people would want to enrich their spiritual lives. Others would want to feel the stronger connection they could get by reading and speaking the original words of the Bible. In essence, in this course students don’t just gain bible knowledge only but they also gain knowledge of Hebrew as a language. Click Here to Register for this course
The bible was written for our instruction
In 2 Timothy 2:15 the bible says, Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needed not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth. Therefore, it is important that the bible students learn and understand the bible from its original language perspective. The bible goes on to state, in Romans 15:4 For whatever was written in earlier times was written for our instruction, so that through perseverance and the encouragement of the Scriptures we might have hope.
The New Testament writers based their teachings from the old testament scriptures
Old testament scriptures were written in Hebrew, therefore, one cannot understand the new testament without understanding the old testament in its original language. Sixty times in the New Testament we find the phrase “it is written.” These are generally Old Testament references given either for teaching or for reminder. Even in Jesus’ teaching, He assumes that His listeners had a good understanding of what had been previously written (e.g., Mt 5:21ff).
The challenges of a non-Hebrew speaking student
I am aware that there are some bits that are tough to read – especially the genealogies of Numbers and the ceremonial details of Leviticus, but the eleven chronological books that cover the four thousand year history of the Old Testament world tell a remarkable story. In chronological order they are: Genesis, Exodus, Numbers, Joshua, Judges, 1 and 2 Samuel, 1 and 2 Kings, Ezra, and Nehemiah. If one reads these eleven books you have all the chronology of the Old Testament. The other books help provide additional setting and information. It is therefore crucial that the students of the bible understands the language of the old testament books, for them to be able to understand the new testament. Register Here for Free
The bible is the word of God
I am excited about the opportunity to promote this course because I believe that the bible is the word of God. As Paul would say, all Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness; so that the man of God may be adequate, equipped for every good work. 2 Timothy 3:16-17
Hebrew vs Greek
What many call The Old Testament, some call “The Hebrew Bible.” This isn’t because it’s written solely for Israel; it was written for all. Likewise, “The New Testament” is more accurately described as, “The Greek Bible” for the same reason. That’s why this course is very important for any bible student, it seeks to reconcile the understanding of the two testaments which were written in two different languages which is what this course seek to achieve.
Hebrew is one of the world’s most oldest languages.
In addition to biblical knowledge students would gain by enrolling on this course, Hebrew is one of the oldest languages in the world. By learning Hebrew, one will gain access to thousands of years of poetic, historical and philosophical texts. Simply put, it’s around 4,000 years old in its origin.
I appeal to all Christians visiting my site to take a closer look at this course and consider exploring this well-structured, informative and educative biblical study.