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  • Author:
    Don Parker
  • ISBN:
    0761801243
  • ISBN13:
    978-0761801245
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    UPA (October 24, 1995)
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    278 pages
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This book is a beginner's guide to biblical Hebrew.

This book is a beginner's guide to biblical Hebrew. It serves as a tool for ministers and g who want to become more effective preachers and instructors. The book's uniqueness is in its tool-based approach; it includes a list of abbreviations of Biblical Books and an appendix of the basics of Hebrew.

ISBN13:9780761801245.

In this practical guide for intermediate students studying Hebrew and for pastors preparing sermons on Old . Teachers, students, and preachers interested in sound scholarship combined with practical effect when studying and teaching the Hebrew Scriptures will be glad to see this book.

In this practical guide for intermediate students studying Hebrew and for pastors preparing sermons on Old Testament passages, Dr. Robert Chisholm shows how to proceed from the beginning stages of exegesis to the finished sermon.

Using Biblical Hebrew in Ministry provides seminary-trained preachers . With skill and realism, Using Old Testament Hebrew in Preaching provides a workable guide to unearthing its treasures.

It is intended as a Hebrew counterpart to David Alan Black's widely acclaimed Using New Testament Greek in Ministry.

Inspires and instructs students and pastors to use the Hebrew Bible .

Inspires and instructs students and pastors to use the Hebrew Bible appropriately in their preaching and teaching. Includes sample sermons and lessons.

The Pastor's Book should be on the shelf of every young preacher . Hughes is a sagacious guide to the many facets of pastoral ministry, and his program for ministry is deeply rooted in Scripture.

The Pastor's Book should be on the shelf of every young preacher heading out into gospel ministry. Full of biblical and theological insights, practical applications, and excellent examples, it will become an essential companion and guide for a multitude of ministry opportunities and challenges. David Jackman, Former President, The Proclamation Trust.

a practical guide for pastors, seminarians, and Bible students. Published 1995 by University Press of America in Lanham. There's no description for this book yet. Includes bibliographical references (p. -265) and index.

Many seminarians suspect that their courses in Hebrew have little relevance to their current and future ministry. Author Robert Chisholm believes otherwise, and in From Exegesis to Exposition, he shows seminarians and seminary-trained pastors how to preach accurate, informative, and even exciting sermons that are solidly rooted in the Hebrew text and do t require an irdinate amount of time to prepare. According to Chisholm, too many seminary courses don't teach students how to make the transfer from. parsing verbs to crafting relevant text-based sermons.

This book is a beginner's guide to biblical Hebrew. It serves as a tool for ministers and ministers-in-training who want to become more effective preachers and instructors. The book's uniqueness is in its tool-based approach; it includes a list of abbreviations of Biblical Books and an appendix of the basics of Hebrew. The lesson in Hebrew is practical; the author first answers basic questions about biblical Hebrew and then takes the reader through a series of analyses that discuss learning the language ― from words, to figures of speech, to Hebrew writing - both narrative and poetry, and finally, to broader issues of culture and communication. Using Biblical Hebrew in Ministry is an excellent and resourceful text for ministers, as well as Seminaries and Bible colleges that offer courses such as "Biblical Hebrew for English Speakers," "Using Biblical Resource Tools," Biblical Hebrew, and Hebrew exegesis.