|Immerse yourself in the language and people of the Hebrew Scriptures|
The Evening School is offering two unique opportunities in studying the language of the Bible. In the fall, a six-week course is offered to explore scripture in its original text for those who do not read Hebrew or Greek. Found in Translation: How Words Inform is being offered in a shorter format for students who desire to learn but have busy lives and schedules to contend with.
In January, a four-week immersion course will be offered for those who would like to learn Hebrew. Introduction to Hebrew is an opportunity to set aside some dedicated time to plunge into the langague of the Bible.
Students may take one or two of the classes depending on one's interest and learning goals.
Found in Translation: How Words Inform
Dr. Andrew Guffey, OTS 101
Tuesdays 7:30-9:30 pmOctober 14 - November 18
Have you ever read a passage of the Bible and thought, "I wonder what that word really means?" Or wondered why Bible translations vary from one version to the next? We will explore the fundamentals of translating biblical texts and learn what resources are available to people who want to study scripture in depth, but do not read Hebrew or Greek. With the right tools, what is lost in translation can be found. Register Now
Introduction to Hebrew
Dr. Susan Sullivan, OTS 301
January 5, 7, 9, 12, 14, 16, 21, 23, 26 & 28 2015
Satisfy your curiosity for learning the langauage of Scripture as Jesus heard it. Discover the deep beauty and meaning of Holy Scripture, while learning the basics of the Hebrew language in this introduction to Beginning Hebrew. Join in this opportunity to be immersed and enriched through a in-depth course of study. (Registration will open soon)
Susan Sullivan is a part-time instructor at VTS, where she has taught Biblical Hebrew numerous times, and Old Testament twice, since 2000. She holds an MTS from VTS, with honors in Old Testament, and a Ph.D. from The Catholic University of America, in Semitic Languages and Literatures.
Andrew Guffey is an instructor in the department of religion at the University of Mary Washington. He holds an DMin from VTS.