As a Christian, or even a Biblical scholar for that matter, one of the key aspects of studying the Bible is dealing with the many translations and interpretations of the Holy Book. The problem is that English is not the language the Bible was written in. English didn’t even exist when the Bible was being compiled.
The original languages that were used to write the Bible are Greek and Hebrew. And when texts are translated, there is always something lost in translation. So, if you want to deepen your understanding of the Bible, then you should study the Bible with Greek and Hebrew. Both languages are ancient, with nuances that we will not understand unless we immerse ourselves in the context in which they existed.
Learning to study the Bible with Greek and Hebrew may probably be one of the most rewarding experiences of your life.
If you wish to study the Bible with Greek and Hebrew, we can help you. We will structure your lessons based on what you are comfortable with. If you are looking at an intensive, immersive and fast-paced program, we can offer you the Accelerated program. If you have the time and want to spend more time internalizing what you learn, then we would recommend the Optimum program. If you already are a student of Biblical Greek and Hebrew, then we can offer you the Essential program – a program to help you keep your skills honed and also further deepen your understanding of ancient Biblical texts.
We work collaboratively with you to develop lesson plans that also offer further insight into the Bible as well as Biblical Greek and Hebrew.
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