Hebrew Readings S19 Founders-TES (Exodus)

When I’m not teaching at Houston Baptist University, I’m privileged to serve at Founders Baptist Church in a variety of pastoral roles, one of which includes training our men for leadership and ministry. This spring I get to walk our men (and others who partner with us through TES) through Hebrew Readings on Thursday mornings.  This is basically going to be a “speed reading” course through the first 15 chapters of Exodus (if we can keep the pace!). Below are some links to the materials that we’re using.

Syllabus: Get it directly from Pastor Marshall.

Hebrew Cross Reference – May 2009 [This is a cross-reference guide keyed to Williams’ Hebrew Syntax edited by Beckman, which takes you to the advanced Hebrew reference grammars for their discussion of each section/paragraph of syntax.]

Dr. Marshall’s Ross Chapter Lectures: Click here to access my YouTube playlist.

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COURSE ASSIGNMENTS: Note that the assignments are set up with the earliest assignments at the bottom of the page, and the most recent ones at the top.

Due Thur, Mar 21:

[1] Translate Exod 4:15-31. Take notes on and parse any words or grammatical structures that you find difficult (per syllabus). Bring your questions to class so that we can discuss them together! [2] Read the corresponding sections of DG.

Due Thur, Mar 14:

I will be away for Spring break since Houston Baptist University where I work full-time is off for Spring break the week of Mar 11. Instead of meeting with you directly, you will watch the following two videos (each around 40 min or so) covering Exod 4:1-14: [1] “Exod 4.1-9_HBU 2-8-19”; https://youtu.be/8zUoDEvVD5Y; [2] “Exod 4.10-14_HBU 2-11-19”; https://youtu.be/Z0b7wl9ABT4; [3] Also, please have your take-home midterms complete by Thursday, 3-14 and uploaded into the dropbox.

Due Thur, Mar 7: NOTHING–SPRING BREAK!!! [Complete your Translation Midterm take-home test over the break.]

Due Thur, Feb 28:

[1] Translate Exod 3:14-22; 4:1-9. Take notes on and parse any words or grammatical structures that you find difficult (per syllabus). Bring your questions to class so that we can discuss them together! [2] Read the corresponding sections of DG.

Note: Next week is Spring break. You will be doing a take-home midterm over the break to turn in the following week.

Due Thur, Feb 21:

[1] Translate Exod 3:6-4:4. Take notes on and parse any words or grammatical structures that you find difficult (per syllabus). Bring your questions to class so that we can discuss them together! [2] Read the corresponding sections of DG.

Due Thur, Feb 14 (no meeting on Feb 7):

[1] Translate Exod 2:20-25 and 3:1-15. Take notes on and parse any words or grammatical structures that you find difficult (per syllabus). Bring your questions to class so that we can discuss them together! [2] Read the corresponding sections of DG.

Due Thur, Jan 31:

[1] Translate Exod 2:10 — 3:5. Take notes on and parse any words or grammatical structures that you find difficult (per syllabus). Bring your questions to class so that we can discuss them together! [2] Read the corresponding sections of DG.

Due Thur, Jan 24:

[1] Translate Exod 2:1-25. Take notes on and parse any words or grammatical structures that you find difficult (per syllabus). Bring your questions to class so that we can discuss them together! [2] Read the corresponding sections of DG. [3] If we complete the readings from Exodus 2, we will try to get a few verses from Exodus 3 done.

Due Thur, Jan 17:

[1] Translate Exod 1:11-14 (from last week) and 1:15-22; 2:1-15 (this week). Take notes on and parse any words or grammatical structures that you find difficult (per syllabus). Bring your questions to class so that we can discuss them together! [2] Read DG 158-182.

Due Thur, Jan 10:

[1] Begin reading Garrett’s Introduction in his commentary. [2] Read DG (Duane Garrett), 147-158. [3] Translate Exod 1:1-14. Take notes on and parse any words or grammatical structures that you find difficult (per syllabus). Bring your questions to class so that we can discuss them together!

 

 

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