|BIBLICAL HEBREW made easy|
Self-study and tutored correspondence Hebrew study course for all levels. Includes Hebrew world view and biblical applications as well as easy to understand grammar
The primary purpose for HaKesher (Hebrew for “The Connection”) is to assist believers in the development of a deeper, more mature and meaningful faith through the study of Hebrew language and culture. A more accurate understanding of Jesus and his teaching is central to our endeavor. Founded by Ken and Lenore Mullican in 1986 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
|Hebrew-Hearth message board|
A message board discussion forum dedicated to Hebrew questions
|Ancient Hebrew Research Center|
Dedicated to researching and teaching the Hebrew text of the Bible based on the Ancient Hebrew culture and language
Links to Hebrew, Arabic, Aramaic, and Ugaritic resources on the Net
|Curso de Hebraico|
Portuguese site offering an online Hebrew course - in Portuguese, but the links page is in English!
|Bibliographic Tools for the Study of Hebrew Bible Text|
There is a set of specialized tools for studying biblical Hebrew texts. These are different from the tools used for modern Hebrew because the languages are substantially different, and because the study of ancient texts, written in "dead" or "literary" languages, such as BH (biblical Hebrew), is fundamentally different from the study of modern languages. The site introduces the most popular of these tools, explains their utility, and offers examples of how and when to use them. The exercises further illustrate these tools' utility and use.
|The Hebrew Language|
A Semitic language originally adopted by the 'ibhri, or Israelites, when they took possession of the land of Canaan west of the Jordan River in Palestine. The language has also been called the speech of Canaan, and Judean, after the kingdom of Judah. Ancient Hebrew, the language of the Bible, was succeeded by an intermediary form, Mishnaic Hebrew, about the 3rd century BC. Modern Hebrew, the only vernacular tongue based on an ancient written form, was developed in the 19th and 20th centuries.
|Hareshima Jewish Study Hebrew Portal|
The most comprehensive list of Hebrew study sites. All sites categorized for easy use.
|IPL Hebrew Language links|
Say "Hello" in the Hebrew Language. Hebrew language learning links
|Biblia Hebraica online course|
Found on this site are notes from a graduate Biblical Hebrew Level I class taught by Dr. David Wallace. The main text used in this site is Page H. Kelley's Biblical Hebrew: An Introductory Grammar. At times reference will be made to Kelley, this is the primary work that is being noted.
|Review of Hebrew Courses|
Some people collect stamps or license plates; I have been collecting and writing Hebrew courses for a few years. As of this time, I can’t say that I’ve studied them all. But I have reviewed them, listened to the tapes of all the short courses, and maybe this will help you (and save you time and money) in your decisions and investment to study Hebrew further.
|Hebrew Language Sites|
More Hebrew and Israel links
|The Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies|
The Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies publishes the Journal of Jewish Studies and its lecture series. These publications, reflecting the wide interests of the Centre in all areas of Hebrew and Jewish Studies, have been produced in a steady stream since the foundation of the Centre (originally called The Oxford Centre for Postgraduate Hebrew Studies) in 1972
|Yamada Language Center Hebrew Mailing Lists|
B-HEBREW is an electronic conference designed to foster communication concerning the scholarly study of the Hebrew Bible. Anyone interested in Biblical Hebrew Studies is invited to subscribe, but the list will assume at least a working knowledge of Biblical Hebrew and Aramaic.
|Hebrew Calendar Science and Myths|
This site shows the arithmetic rules of the Hebrew calendar and demonstrates some of the more intriguing calculation results. In many instances, the arithmetic results appear to overthrow long held assumptions related to the Hebrew calendar, thereby relegating the assumptions to the category of myths.
The Tanakh, New Testament, Koran, Rig Vedas, The Book of the Dead are all ancient texts considered sacred by those who looked to them for guidance. This site offers reproductions of those ancient texts on genuine papyrus or parchment and in the original ancient scripts. Requests can be customized to the customer’s favorite scripture or text and supplied framed with a translation.
|The Ancient Hebrew Research Center - Related Links|
Ancient alphabets, writing, Hebrew and nomadic lifestyles, Hebrew fonts and typing, arcchaeology etc
|Biblical Hebrew Web Ring|
The purpose of this Web Ring is to bring together web sites that teach and encourage the study of the Hebrew scriptures in the original Hebrew language. This ring is open to any web site, whether Jewish, Messianic or Christian, where at least a portion of the site is dedicated to Biblical Hebrew.
|What language(s) did Jesus speak|
Message board forum - link to Q and A on spoken tongue of Jesus.
The Jerusalem School of Synoptic Research, a consortium of Jewish and Christian scholars, was chartered in 1985 as an Israeli non-profit scientific and educational organization dedicated to understanding better the Synoptic Gospels (Matthew, Mark and Luke), and to rethinking the Synoptic Problem. Examining the Synoptic Gospels within the context of the language, land and culture in which Jesus lived, this Jewish-Christian collaboration is unique and unprecedented historically.
The home of Jerusalem Perspective Publishing (Jerusalem, Israel), publishers of JERUSALEM PERSPECTIVE, a popular quarterly magazine reporting on recent discoveries about the life and teachings of Yeshua (Jesus) of Nazareth, and SYNOPTIC GOSPELS, a semi-annual journal devoted to better understanding the New Testament's Synoptic Gospels (Matthew, Mark and Luke) and to solving the Synoptic Problem. Articles and research by David Bivin, Joseph Frankovic, etc...
|Christian Friends of Israel - UK Home Page|
We are a ministry with a twin focus. Firstly, we seek to bless Israel by means of practical and moral support. Secondly, we are engaged in educating the Church about God's love and purposes for Israel and about the Hebraic roots of our faith.
|CSBR - Studying the Hebraic Roots of Christianity|
The Centre for the Study of Biblical Research (CSBR) was founded in 1985 by Dr. E. William Bean to provide the Body of Christ with current research into the languages of the Second Temple Period. Recently Dr. Bean was named to the U.S.A. Advisory Board of the Dead Sea Scrolls Foundation.
|Multilingual Hebrew typing & learning software|
Hebrew Tutor, Hebrew World, Hooked on Hebrew, Learn Hebrew, Everyday Hebrew, Hebrew Vocabulary Builder, Universal Word, OnePen, Nisus Writer, Global Writer, WordPoint, Accent, Dagesh, Davka Writer, QText
|Davka Hebrew & Jewish software|
Hebrew & Jewish software
|Biblical Hebrew MSN search results|
search for Hebrew on MSN