Bible Languages Fellowship normally meets every Saturday morning, from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM in Parkland, WA, at the building of Community Life Foursquare, at 612 113th St. S. 98444. Get there easily from the Pacific Ave exit of Hwy 512. Please check our main BLF page for changes in time or location.
We study the Hebrew Old Testament on every odd Saturday of the month (1st, 3rd and 5th), and the Greek Old or New Testaments on every even Saturday of the month (2nd and 4th).
All are welcome.
Beginners will get to read from the Greek or Hebrew Bible on their first visit, using modern Greek or Israeli Hebrew pronunciation. No registration nor purchase of textbooks is required. All can learn at their own pace as we read and discuss the Scriptures together.
Hebrew Word Of The Day!
HOT Genesis Study Materials
HOT Genesis Lesson Sheets
Helpful worksheets for our bi-weekly Hebrew Old Testament study. This free pdf file currently consists of Genesis Lesson Sheets 1-16.
Hebrew-English Vocabulary of Genesis
Here is the PDF version of a public-domain glossary of all the Hebrew words in Genesis with their English definitions.
Helps For Getting Started With Biblical Hebrew
Follow this link to documents that will help you get started with the Hebrew alphabet and rudimentary principles of Hebrew grammar.
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Ancient Records and the Structure of Genesis: A Case for Literary Unity
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Biblical Hebrew: An Introductory Grammar
Available on AmazonSmile. Author Page H. Kelley presents the fundamentals of Biblical Hebrew grammar more clearly than most.
Creation out of Nothing: A Biblical, Philosophical, and Scientific Exploration
Available on AmazonSmile. Authors Paul Copan and William Lane Craig examine the biblical, philosophical, and scientific case for creation out of nothing. They make it clear that nothing less than the uniqueness and sovereignty of God are at stake. This book will challenge all thoughtful Christians to understand why it is important to believe in the doctrine of creation out of nothing.
The Serpent Of Eden: A Philological And Critical Essay On The Text Of Genesis III., And Its Various Interpretations
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