Sunday, November 04, 2018

Review of Kutz and Josberger, Learning Biblical Hebrew

READING ACTS: Book Review: Karl V. Kutz and Rebekah Josberger, Learning Biblical Hebrew (Phil Long).
Kutz, Karl V. and Rebekah Josberger. Learning Biblical Hebrew: Reading for Comprehension: An Introductory Grammar. Bellingham, Wash.: Lexham Press, 2018. 417 pp.; Hb. $39.99
Kutz is professor of Biblical Languages and Josberger is an associate professor of Old Testament, but at Multnomah University. Their collaboration for a new first year biblical Hebrew primer reflects their experience in the classroom. As they say in the preface, this grammar is “aggressive” and assumes the use of Hebrew resources available to students of the Old Testament. ...
I'm not sure what an "aggressive" Hebrew grammar means. But I think I like it.

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