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Hebrew Studies

Various links to stuff I use for studying biblical, mid, and ancient Hebrew language.  Overall it’s actually fun to study this stuff – but I’m a geek who originally wanted an archaeology degree, so my idea of “fun” can be a bit skewed at times.  Also – this doesn’t cover everything I use by any means – just the websites.  My iPad and iPhone are also part of my study guides, and then there’s my hand-written codex book and Torah transcription project (that I’ll probably bother to take pictures of someday, just for the heck of it.)

http://www.ancient-hebrew.org/index.html

An interesting site that focuses back further in the Hebrew language, back towards it’s origins.  I don’t consider this to be a definitive source, really, as quite a few of the various bits and pieces I’ve seen on other sites end up with differetn (and non-matching toe each other) versions of ancient Hebrew characters, but I consider it to be one of the better at the moment (until I find something even better, or, find evidence that their work is less accurate than other places.)

http://www.biblestudytools.com/

Some nice tools for bible study including Strong’s Concordinance, but, sheesh, the bug you to death for subscription stuff.

http://www.hebrew4christians.com/index.html

Great site for working with Biblical Hebrew, including a lot of the blessings, praises, and prayers.  Includes English, Transliteration, Biblical Hebrew, and often also audio files to help perfect your pronunciation.

http://biblescripture.net/Hebrew.html

Mainly useful for the one-page Hebrew guide.

http://www.scripture4all.org/OnlineInterlinear/Hebrew_Index.htm

Nice online copy of the Torah with Hebrew, English (semi-sorta direct translation, not modernized really), Transliteration, and more modern English

http://www.messianic-torah-truth-seeker.org/

Lots of… well, randomly laid out, poorly designed, hard to read information.  However, it also has a nice copy of the current Parashah for the week, with Hebrew, Transliteration, and English.

(OK, why have so many copies, including ones on my iPad?  I tend to cross reference multiple sources to see if I can find the greatest accuracy.)

 

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