John Adams Hebrew Studies Collection (3 vols.)
by John Adams
Charles Scribner’s Sons,T&T Clark 1906–1913
According to John Adams, a 19th century clergyman and editor, sermon helps are provided in Scripture with the study of language accents. The John Adams Hebrew Studies Collection (3 Vols.) introduces the reader to accents and demonstrates how to make the most of them in sermon and Bible teaching preparation. Adams shows how a familiarity with accents is essential to understanding context of Scripture passages, thus making more meaning for one’s audience. This collection also provides two of Adam’s works on certain Biblical texts, Zechariah and the Lenten Psalms.
In these works, Adams’s clear and readable skill in illuminating the Scripture is seen, and will be of infinite value to any pastor or teacher of the Bible. John Adams Hebrew Studies Collection (3 Vols.) is perfect for any student of the Bible, giving insight into the construction of Scripture. The Logos edition of these works is essential along with your other Hebrew study resources, and are easily searchable for study and sermon preparation.
- Introduction to the use of accents in Scripture
- Exposition on the prophet Zechariah and the Lenten Psalms
- Includes table of contents and appendixes to guide study
- Title: John Adams Hebrew Studies Collection
- Author: John Adams
- Publisher: T&T Clark/Charles Scribner’s Sons
- Volumes: 3
- Pages: 521
About John Adams
John Adams was a twentieth-century American pastor and Biblical studies editor. He compiled many sermon helps, such as The Short Course Series and Hebrew studies materials.