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The Greatness of God’s Word: An Inductive Hebrew Grammar
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The Greatness of God’s Word: An Inductive Hebrew Grammar


N.P. 2015

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This volume is the first in a series of Hebrew grammars using Psalm 119. Gary Staats breaks down each verse into a five-part description composed of the original Hebrew text, a vocabulary list, a grammar lesson, an English translation, and an application or interpretation of how the verse applies to Christian theology. In this volume, Staats examines verses 1–8.

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Interested in more from Gary Staats? Check out the Jesus Christ through Hebrew Grammar Collection.

Key Features

  • Analyzes the Hebrew text’s vocabulary and grammar
  • Shows the connection between Old Testament and New Testament theology
  • Examines the application and interpretation of the Hebrew text


  • Lesson 1: Psalm 119:1
  • Lesson 2: Psalm 119:2
  • Lesson 3: Psalm 119:3
  • Lesson 4: Psalm 119:4
  • Lesson 5: Psalm 119:5
  • Lesson 6: Psalm 119:6
  • Lesson 7: Psalm 119:7
  • Lesson 8: Psalm 119:8

Product Details

  • Title: The Greatness of God’s Word: An Inductive Hebrew Grammar—Psalm 119:1–8—ALEPH
  • Author: Gary Staats
  • Transcriber: Dr. Jim Davison
  • Publisher: Gary Staats
  • Publication Date: 2015
  • Pages: 20
  • Resource Type: Grammars
  • Topic: Languages

About Gary Staats

Gary Staats is the Gale and Harriette Ritz professor of Old Testament at Winebrenner Theological Seminary in Findlay, Ohio. He completed his PhD in Hebrew and Near Eastern Languages at New York University in 1989. He has been a professor and pastor for many years, serving at various schools and in numerous pastorates.

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