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Reader's Hebrew Bible

4.63 of 5 stars 4.63  ·  rating details  ·  67 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Ideal for Hebrew students and pastors, A Reader's Hebrew Bible saves time and effort in studying the Hebrew Old Testament. By eliminating the need to look up definitions, the footnotes allow the user to read the Hebrew and Aramaic text more quickly, focusing on parsing and grammatical issues.
A Reader's Hebrew Bible offers the following features:
* Complete text of the Heb
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Leather Bound, 1652 pages
Published January 29th 2008 by Zondervan Publishing Company
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Brent McCulley
An invaluable utensil for the pastor, student, etc. Just getting out of seminary this summer, the m.div gave me the foundational tools of the biblical languages, but without more work and study, it is not really that much. This reader's edition is amazing, allowing me to translate and study the Tanak every morning. All word occurrences under 70, I believe, are provided in footnotes, and there is a handy volume in the back. Verbs are parsed and defined for each stem when under 70 word occurrences ...more
Shep
Almost a necessity for anyone who wishes to read through the Old Testament in Hebrew. A useful tool for the layman and pastors. The footnotes word definitions could be better organized into a more readable format (as opposed to the block paragraph style) but overall this is an excellent resource.
Jake
A perfect book for beginning Hebrew readers. Not only does the leather bound edition look like a book of scripture but this book has all of your less common words notated at the bottom so you don't have to spend hours in your BDB looking everything up.
Gretchen
A perfect follow up on the Reader's Greek New Testament. It is a great Hebrew Bible for pure reading delight! The lexical helps on the bottom make smooth reading possible and enjoyable. I read it every day(if I can)!
Elise
If you are learning Hebrew with the goal of actually reading the text, this is all but essential. Truly a phenomenal resource.
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