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Hebrew:
ncBc Grammar

Download a Hebrew grammar and syntax summary to accompany your exegesis of the Hebrew Bible / Old Testament.

The twenty page PDF, viewable and freely downloadable, includes a two-page “Hebrew Syntax Summary” for quick access to key syntactical concepts and their location in key Hebrew grammars.

Additional pages provide further detail and more specific references to beginning, intermediate, and advanced Hebrew grammars:

  • Orthography and Phonetics
    • Alphabet and Vowels
    • Accents and Syllables
  • Prefixes, Adjectives, Nouns
    • Prefixes: Articles, Prepositions, Vav Conjunction
    • Nouns, Adjectives, and Pronouns
    • Segholates; Construct Relationship
  • Pronominal Suffixes w. Prepositions, Particles, Nouns, and Verbs
  • Verbs
    • Binyānîm / Stems
    • Two Finite Conjugations
      • Perfect (qatal; suffixed) and its Aspect
      • Imperfect (yiqtol; prefixed) and its Aspect
    • One Volitional and Three Non-Finite Conjugations
      • Desires, Prohibitions, Commands — including the Imperative Conjugation
      • Two Infinitive Conjugations
      • The Participle Conjugation

Note, at the top and bottom of the embedded PDF, the icons for downloading or full-screen viewing.

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PDF ver. 2020-04-08
20pp 8.5 x 11″ 700 kb
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PDF version history:
2020-09-02: Public release to BcResources.net
2020-04-08: New internal release for ncBc classes

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Biblical Studies New Testament Studies

NT Servant Passages

Five NT Servant Passages: Colossians 3.22-25; Ephesians 6.5-8; 1 Timothy 6.1-2; Titus 2.9-10; 1 Peter 2.18-20 … and Christ as our example in 1 Peter 2.21-25.

Within the New Testament’s epistolary household codes (haustafeln), these five passages address servants in their relation to their masters. In New Testament cultures, slaves and servants comprised from one-third to one-half of the population, often performing economic roles roughly paralleled by a modern nation’s employees. Most of us would have been slaves. Believers listening to what the Holy Spirit is saying to the churches can learn to “bring Christ to work.”

Seven-page article includes parallel English and Greek text; grammatical diagrams; room for additional notes.

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PDF ver. 2019-08-30
7 pp 8.5 x 11″ 2.5 mb
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Version history:
2019-08-30: Updated w. minor text and diagram changes
2019-08-27: New release

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ncBc Album ’20

Mike and Felicia on deck
Mike and Felicia, July 2020

Thanksgiving 2019
Thanksgiving 2019
ncBc Sun AM group photo
July 2019

Album ver. 2019-11-28
Version history:
2019-12-28: Added Christmas
2019-11-28: Added Thanksgiving
2019-08-02: New release

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