Teaching the Ancient Biblical Hebrew Language of the Bible Through the Study of the Ancient Hebrew Alphabet, Culture and Philosophy
Shalom, my name is Jeff A. Benner and my wife Denise and I would like to thank you for your interest in learning the Ancient Hebrew language of the Bible. This course is the first of its kind, learning to read, write and understand Hebrew the way it was 4,000 years ago with the ancient pictographic script. It is our goal that you will be able to read the Bible in its original cultural context void of the modern Greco-Roman influences that have been imposed upon the text.
If you are in a position to help support the Ancient Hebrew Education Center you may donate through the mail or online with paypal.
About the Ancient Hebrew Education Center
The Ancient Hebrew courses are designed to allow you to do self-study at your own pace and have been developed to teach you the original pictographic alphabet of Hebrew and learn the vocabulary and the meaning of Hebrew words through the eyes and perspective of the Ancient Hebrews. The largest difference between this Hebrew course and any course available on the internet and in Universities is that this course focuses on the original pictographic Hebrew script rather than the modern square Aramaic script. In addition, the concrete nature of the language is stressed over the modern abstract perspective of the language.
Each module is followed by an exam and each level by a final exam. Please do not move onto the next module or level until a passing grade is confirmed. Because the exams are "open book," I will be requiring a 100% on the exam.
At this time we are available through email for any questions you may have, but in order to help you with difficulties and questions, we are planning on a live on-line voice/text chat. This chat will be used for individual learning as well as group learning. We hope to have this available soon, so in the meantime please feel free to email me any questions, suggestions or comments.
To get started, go to "Level 1."