Many students have asked, “Why should I learn to read Greek and Hebrew?” The simple answer is, “To read the Bible!” To the surprise of many people, God did not reveal the Bible in English. So, to study the Old and New Testament in all of their richness, you must learn Greek and Hebrew. It is our sincere desire that you find the resources below helpful in your journey to learn Biblical languages. Much time, effort and dedication will be necessary to successfully accomplish this goal. But, with a passion to grow closer to God through His written Word, this goal is absolutely possible. Remember, many people before you have been able to learn enough Greek and Hebrew to enrich their study. You can as well.
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Mark Futato is the Robert L. Maclelland Professor of OT at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, Florida.
Tom Blanchard ministered in France for over 33 years, where he served as a church-planter and pastor-teacher in the Paris suburbs, the French Alps, and Alsace. He also served as Professor of Old Testament and Hebrew at the Institut Biblique de Genève in Switzerland, the Institut Biblique de Nogent-sur-Marne near Paris, and the Torchbearer school DEFI near Grenoble.
Adam Howell is Assistant Professor of Old Testament Interpretation at Boyce College, the undergraduate school at Southern Seminary.
Robert Plummer is New Testament professor at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY.