Exegetical Gems from Biblical Hebrew

A Refreshing Guide to Grammar and Interpretation

by H. H. II Hardy (Author)H. H. HARDY II (Author)
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"An essential and valuable resource"

"Hardy offers the student of Hebrew language an engaging encounter with thirty grammatical topics that typically appear in the third semester of the Biblical Hebrew curriculum. He investigates these topics using actual biblical passages and grammatical discussion so that the student fully understands and fully engages their exegetical significance. A great companion volume to the standard grammars, Hardy's book will serve as a resource for students and teachers alike."
--Sandra Richter, Westmont College

"This is an ingenious approach to helping students bridge the divide between abstract grammatical rules and the exegetical aim of biblical language learning. Hardy covers the full range of traditional grammar topics, each pertaining to a specific biblical text and the interpretive challenge it poses, to illustrate the grammar's relevance for biblical exegesis. This text is appropriate both as a tool to encourage those in the throes of language learning and as a self-help guide for those wanting to revive their knowledge of Hebrew grammar and reignite their passion for using Hebrew in biblical interpretation."
--John A. Cook, Asbury Theological Seminary

"For those wanting a deeper, practical understanding of Biblical Hebrew grammar and interpretation, Exegetical Gems from Biblical Hebrew is an essential and valuable resource. The overall conceptualization, structure, and organization of the book is clear and logical. Hardy presents key grammatical and interpretive topics and lucidly explains them from carefully chosen Bible passages, demonstrating the validity and practicality of knowing Biblical Hebrew grammar and syntax."
--Sung Jin Park, Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

"Well trained in biblical languages and Semitics and abreast of current research in linguistics, Hardy succeeds in providing a refreshing guide to grammar and interpretation for the beginner in exegesis or the intermediate student of Hebrew. This is a valuable contribution to biblical language resources. The highest recommendation I can give is that I intend to use it as a text with my students."
--Peter J. Gentry, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary


H. H. II Hardy, Author

H. H. Hardy II (PhD, University of Chicago) is associate professor of Old Testament and Semitic languages at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, North Carolina. He is the author of two language resources and numerous articles.

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