Here are a few suggestions if you are interested in biblical languages...
The best overall package for college level, self-study is "Basics of Biblical Hebrew" and "Basics of Biblical Greek" from Zondervan, which includes DVDs, text, workbook and flashcards. However, the "Hebrew for the Rest of Us" and "Greek for the Rest of Us" package is fine for learning pronunciation, basic grammar and Bible study tools.
Dr. Ted Hildebrandt created BiblicaleLearning.org, which offers two free biblical language programs: (1) Hebrew Tutor is a popular Windows 95 virtual machine program, and (2) Mastering New Testament Greek is an html based program that works well if you right click on the html links and open them in a new tab (make sure that Flash is enabled).
Dr. Bill Barrick (drbarrick.org) also offers a free, online Hebrew course based on his YouTube lectures from The Master's Seminary. YouTube also has Master's Seminary class videos for NT Greek.
Interested in learning more about the Bible? The following two lists include recommended or suggested resources covering a wide variety biblical and theological topics. Click on the link below for a printer friendly version in PDF format.
The following study guides can be used for Home School or Sabbath School classes. Each syllabus lists the textbook to be used, reading assignments, and a set of homework questions to answer. Click on the link below for a printer friendly version in PDF format. Teachers can request the answers for the homework questions if needed.
This page contains articles, study guides, Bible study notes and research papers and on a wide variety of theological topics. Click on the links below to view these files or web sites for more information.
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