Aleph-Bet: Hebrew Reading and Writing for Christians in 17 Easy Lessons

Course Dates: Open-ended
Enrollment Dates: Enroll Anytime
Who can Enroll: Anyone
Course Language: English
Price: 
$24.95

About the Course

Aleph-Bet: Hebrew Reading and Writing for Christians in 17 Easy Lessons

JerusalemPerspective.com is thrilled to make this course available online. David Bivin could not be more correct when he states in the first lesson, “NO study of ANY language pays off like learning Hebrew.”

The course is a 17-lesson course. Most lessons consist of a video to watch, a lesson to read and then practice writing the letters and words learned in the session. A few of the lessons also have quiz questions but you do not have to get the questions right to continue. 

Course Structure

  • LESSON #1 - JESUS' HEBREW NAME
    • Introduction to Aleph-Bet Course
      00:00:00
      • Letter from Your Instructor
    • Materials
      00:00:00
      • Materials
    • Watch
      00:00:00
      • Watch the Lesson Video
    • Read
      00:00:00
    • Practice
      00:00:00
      • Practice your Hebrew Writing
    • Moving On
      00:00:00
      • Congratulations! YOU DID IT!!!!
  • LESSON #2 - ABBA
  • LESSON #3 - HALLELUJAH
  • LESSON #4 - MENORAH
  • LESSON #5 - SHALOM
  • LESSON #6 - VAV
  • LESSON #7 - ISRAEL
  • LESSON #8 - MESSIAH
  • LESSON #9 - TANAK
  • LESSON #10 - GRACE
  • LESSON #11 - LORD
  • LESSON #12 - RIGHTEOUSNESS
  • LESSON #13 - JUSTICE
  • LESSON #14 - REVIEW
  • LESSON #15 - GEHENNA
  • LESSON #16 - NAZIRITE
  • Practice Your Reading

Instructors

David Bivin
David N. Bivin
David N. Bivin is founder and editor of Jerusalem Perspective. A native of Cleveland, Oklahoma, U.S.A., Bivin has lived in Israel since 1963, when he came to Jerusalem on a Rotary Foundation Fellowship to do postgraduate work at the Hebrew University. He studied at the Hebrew University until 1969 specializing in ...
Brian Becker
Brian Becker
After graduating from Mizzou with Computer and Electrical Engineering degrees in 1985, Brian Becker spent a decade singing Christian Rock. In 1990, he was signed a recording contract with Benson Music Group of Nashville who produced two CDs and several songs hitting the top 40 charts. In 1995, he and ...