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http://www.memraonline.com/allcourses.html

I don't like his Hebrew course (even though that's his specialty)

For that, any course which uses Gary Pratico and Miles V. Van pelts' textbooks are what I'd recommend.

https://www.amazon.com/Basics-Biblical-Hebrew-Grammar-Second/dp/0310270200

But these courses are very inexpensive, and if you can absorb a lot from a textbook this is an option.  I tend to like lectures and consider them almost critical for language studies, so, It won't be easy.  If the textbook creator has supplemental DvD lectures, I'd get them.

 

 

 

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In seminary we used Basics of Biblical Greek by William Mounce and the Basics of Biblical Hebrew by Pratico and Van Pelt referenced above by Heir of Salvation. My courses were online and so were basically self-study and these resources were excellent in my opinion. Be sure to get and use the workbooks because the practical exercises are critical to retaining the all of the information and seeing how the conjugations work.

https://www.amazon.com/Basics-Biblical-Grammar-William-Mounce/dp/0310250870/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1487605907&sr=8-4&keywords=basics+of+biblical+greek

If you prefer something that is more instructor-led, you can go to http://eteacherbiblical.com/. My dad has done the first 2 Greek courses and says they're pretty good. We can have intelligence conversations about it and email back and forth in Greek so I would guess the instruction level is on par with the for-credit courses I took.  

Good luck. I found language study to be incredibly enriching.

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On 2/20/2017 at 11:16 AM, TheSword said:

In seminary we used Basics of Biblical Greek by William Mounce and the Basics of Biblical Hebrew by Pratico and Van Pelt referenced above by Heir of Salvation. My courses were online and so were basically self-study and these resources were excellent in my opinion. Be sure to get and use the workbooks because the practical exercises are critical to retaining the all of the information and seeing how the conjugations work.

https://www.amazon.com/Basics-Biblical-Grammar-William-Mounce/dp/0310250870/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1487605907&sr=8-4&keywords=basics+of+biblical+greek

If you prefer something that is more instructor-led, you can go to http://eteacherbiblical.com/. My dad has done the first 2 Greek courses and says they're pretty good. We can have intelligence conversations about it and email back and forth in Greek so I would guess the instruction level is on par with the for-credit courses I took.  

Good luck. I found language study to be incredibly enriching.

Definitely Pratico and Van Pelt....for Hebrew.  That's practically non-negotiable IMO.

Every quality Institution I know uses their material...and Van Pelt is a good instructor.

 

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