I have an article in the upcoming edition of the Journal of Biblical and Theological Studies. In this article I contend that the certain Aramaic verbs in Targum Onqelos shed light on how the biblical Hebrew Imperfect is used in the narrative portions of the Hebrew Old Testament. Thank you to Dr. Adam Howell forContinue reading “Upcoming Article”
A review of the Bible Vocab app.
For those who are interested, I added a new resource to my list: Russell Fuller’s recently published intermediate grammar. This is the grammar most of my analysis is based on: grammatical categories, accents, etc. Also, I do plan to make more videos.
In this review, my first, of a Hebrew grammar, I want to look at A Biblical Hebrew Reference Grammar by Christo H. J. van der Merwe, Jackie A. Naudé and Jan H. Kroeze. I chose this particular grammar first because its methodology in analyzing Hebrew grammar is different from what you see on this site. In particular,Continue reading “Grammar Review: van der Merwe-Naude-Kroeze”
In two videos I briefly introduced verbal and nominal clauses. In the video on the verbal clause video I explained how the nominal clause and the verbal clause differ in meaning. In this ‘Grammarians’ Corner’ segment, I will take a look at Kautzsch’s description of verbal and nominal clauses in his 28th edition of Gesenius’Continue reading “Gesenius-Kautzsch – Verbal and Nominal Clauses”