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Daily Scriptures: 365 Readings in Hebrew, Greek, and Latin


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Pastors, students, and scholars not in the midst of language coursework often find it difficult to maintain their knowledge of biblical languages like Hebrew, Greek, and Latin. For those looking to do so in a meaningful but manageable way, this devotional offers 365 short daily readings, pairing an Old Testament passage in Hebrew and Greek with a corresponding New Testament passage in Greek and Latin. Lexical notes in English are included as a way of facilitating a comfortable reading experience that will build one’s confidence and ability in reading the Hebrew Bible, the Septuagint, the Greek New Testament, and the Latin Vulgate.

  • Offers 365 short daily readings
  • Pairs an Old Testament passage in Hebrew and Greek with a corresponding New Testament passage in Greek and Latin
  • Includes lexical notes in English
  • Introduction
  • Creation
  • God
  • Fall
  • Sin
  • Revelation
  • Primeval History
  • Patriarchs
  • Exodus
  • Wilderness Wanderings
  • Mosaic Covenant
  • Conquest
  • Judges
  • Monarchies
  • Exile
  • John the Baptist
  • Jesus’s Infancy
  • Fulfillment of Prophecy
  • Jesus’s Baptism and Temptation
  • Jesus and the Law
  • Jesus’s Ministry
  • Opposition to Jesus
  • The Passion and Death of Jesus
  • Resurrection
  • Holy Spirit
  • Apostolic Age
  • Repentance
  • The Church
  • The Christian Life
  • The Last Days
  • Judgment
  • New Heavens and New Earth
  • Advent
  • God’s Reign
This is a uniquely valuable resource for reading short biblical texts in Hebrew, Greek, and Latin. The thoughtful selection and arrangement of the readings provide brief examples of connections within the biblical canon and the relation between the biblical writings and their early Greek and Latin translations. Thus, this book gives us an opportunity not only to practice our reading skills but also to engage the text in ways that exemplify the importance of working in the original languages.

— Rodney A. Whitacre, author of A Grammar of New Testament Greek

This is a beautiful resource that will inspire love not only for three ancient languages but for Holy Scripture itself. The carefully selected passages resonate with the thematic continuities of the Bible, thus edifying the soul and the cerebral cortex.

— Constantine R. Campbell. coauthor of Reading Biblical Greek

In line with the faithful wisdom of generations past, Daily Scriptures invites devotees into the interwoven tapestry of the Scriptures. Readers hear the grand story through digestible verses, providing just enough text to hone language skills without being overwhelmed (and therefore, giving up) and just enough truth to contemplate with patient awe. This is just the sort of volume for which many faithful students have been longing.

— Amy Peeler, associate professor of New Testament at Wheaton College

  • Title: Daily Scriptures: 365 Readings in Hebrew, Greek, and Latin
  • Authors: Jacob N. Cerone, Matthew C. Fisher
  • Publisher: Eerdmans
  • Print Publication Date: 2021
  • Logos Release Date: 2021
  • Pages: 382
  • Era: era:contemporary
  • Language: English
  • Resources: 1
  • Format: Digital › Logos Research Edition
  • Subject: Devotional calendars
  • ISBN: 9780802878939
  • Resource ID: LLS:DLYSCR365GRKLTN
  • Resource Type: Calendar Devotional
  • Metadata Last Updated: 2022-06-06T16:07:04Z

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  1. Mark Woods

    Mark Woods


    Not being a Hebrew or Greek scholar, it would be helpful if in the preview inside of the book to see how the Lexical notes in English apply to the original text. All the preview does it show the original language but no English preview. Maybe I am misunderstanding why this book was written.


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