Biblical Languages

An Interview with Dr. James Voelz, author of Fundamental Greek Grammar

Last week CPH was proud to release the newest edition of Dr. James Voelz’s Fundamental Greek Grammar. In anticipation of the book’s release, we interviewed Dr. Voelz about his work on the book: The first edition of Fundamental Greek Grammar was released in 1986. What made you first decide to write a Greek grammar book? The same(…)

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Fourth Edition of Fundamental Greek Grammar Now Available!

For more than 30 years, university and seminary students have been learning biblical Greek with the carefully crafted textbook Fundamental Greek Grammar. Now available in its fourth edition, author Dr. James (Jim) Voelz continues his emphasis on learning Greek through a fundamental approach, moving “from the known to the unknown,” from the easy to the(…)

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On the Importance of Biblical Aramaic

The Importance of Biblical Aramaic by Rev. Dr. Andrew Steinmann, Distinguished Professor of Theology and Hebrew, Concordia University Chicago When the kingdom of Judah fell to the Babylonians in 587 BC, a new era began for the ancient people of God. During the Babylonian captivity, the language of the western reaches of the empire was(…)

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Free Download – PowerPoint files for Fundamental Greek Grammar

The best-selling textbook Fundamental Greek Grammar is now even easier to use in the college or seminary classroom. Thanks to the efforts of the Rev. Dr. Philip Penhallegon of Concordia University Ann Arbor, Concordia Publishing House is pleased to announce the availability of PowerPoint files of the grammar exercises found in this popular textbook by(…)

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A Fresh Look for Fundamental Biblical Hebrew and Fundamental Biblical Aramaic

The classically developed Fundamental Biblical Hebrew and Fundamental Biblical Aramaic by Andrew Bartelt and Andrew Steinmann is now available in a new format with a more readable font. In addition, downloadable resources for learning these critical biblical languages are available. Students of the biblical languages will find in one volume an introduction to both Hebrew(…)

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