Learn Biblical Hebrew: Getting Started

Have you ever wanted to read and write in the Biblical Hebrew language? While all you need to completely understand the Word of God is a King James Bible. Learning Biblical Hebrew can increase your understanding of the old testament and Jewish roots. (Please beware, of movements that suggest you need to become a Hebrew, and observe the law of Moses to be saved. From such, turn away! You will run into these types of people when looking into these things.)

Below you will find resources, videos and training to help you learn Hebrew basics and get you on your way to reading, writing and speaking Biblical Hebrew!

“For then I will restore to the peoples a pure language,
That they all may call on the name of the Lord,
To serve Him with one accord.   Zephaniah 3:9


Free Online Biblical Hebrew Course

Hebrew Grammar 1 by Dr. Barrick (first video of this series is below) <— Highly recommended by Shawn


Lecture 1: Biblical Hebrew Grammar I – Dr. Bill Barrick

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Tanach the Stone edition – Student Size (Hebrew and English Edition) 

All 24 books of the Torah, Prophets, and Writings are now at your fingertips in one magnificent volume, as interpreted by the classic sages of Talmudic and Rabbinic literature. This is a remarkable achievement. It enables everyone to obtain a basic knowledge of the entire Tanach from “In the beginning” to the return to Eretz Yisrael. For home, for office, for synagogue, for gifts this is an indispensable Book for the People of the Book. Edited by Rabbi Nosson Scherman in collaboration with an international team of scholars.

Newly set, accurate, carefully researched Hebrew text

(This has been the greatest blessing to me. It’s really opened up my eyes to a greater Hebraic understanding of the scriptures. In addition to that, it’s made learning to read and understand the Hebrew language, that much easier).  <—– A Must Have For Biblical Hebrew Students.

Hebrew Bible for English readers. (This is a must have if your studying Biblical Hebrew).