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Intermediate/Advanced Biblical Hebrew 2D
We will complete our overview of the Hebrew verb system, and continue to build Biblical text translation and analysis skills, using Bibleworks software in class. We will also translate sample texts from the Hebrew Bible. For students needing review of earlier material, online links will be provided for recorded class sessions covering previous chapters of the text. Students who complete this course will qualify for entry into our Advanced Biblical Hebrew translation and analysis course, which covers a new topic and texts every semester.
Required text: The First Hebrew Reader, available at Afikomen Judaica.
Prerequisite: Lehrhaus Judaica's Beginning Prayerbook/Biblical Hebrew 1, 2A-C, or equivalent.
This course will be available to registered students at no extra charge via Zoom online conference services. Students may attend live in the classroom, live online or anytime via recording.
Sundays, March 31 - June 9
4:35 - 6:00 pm
As a nonprofit, Lehrhaus relies on tuition to help cover the direct cost of our course offerings. We offer a tiered pricing structure to ensure that cost is not a barrier to participation. Please evaluate your own ability to pay, and select the option that makes it possible for you to participate. To inquire about pricing or scholarships, please email us at email@example.com.
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|Apr 28||4:35 PM–6:00 PM||Sun||Private Home-Berkeley||Jehon Grist|
|May 05||4:35 PM–6:00 PM||Sun||Private Home-Berkeley||Jehon Grist|
|May 12||4:35 PM–6:00 PM||Sun||Private Home-Berkeley||Jehon Grist|
|May 19||4:35 PM–6:00 PM||Sun||Private Home-Berkeley||Jehon Grist|
|Jun 02||4:35 PM–6:00 PM||Sun||Private Home-Berkeley||Jehon Grist|
|Jun 09||4:35 PM–6:00 PM||Sun||Private Home-Berkeley||Jehon Grist Rabbi Ruth Adar|
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Rabbi Ruth Adar's passion is making Judaism accessible to beginners from all backgrounds via classroom teaching and home practice. Rabbi Adar holds a B.A. in Economics from the University of Tennessee, an M.A. in Religious Studies from the University of Chicago, and an M.A. in Hebrew Letters from Hebrew Union College in Los Angeles. She is a member of the Central Conference of American Rabbis. Rabbi Adar has been a resident of the Bay Area since 1986. She blogs as the Coffee Shop Rabbi at http://CoffeeShopRabbi.com.
Jehon Grist, Ph.D., is a Senior Educator for Lehrhaus Judaica. He earned his doctorate in Near Eastern Studies from UC Berkeley, where he was a Regents' Fellow. He has conducted field research in Israel, the Gaza Strip, and the Valley of the Queens in southern Egypt.