A Modern Grammar for Biblical Hebrew (Hardcover)
A Modern Grammar for Biblical Hebrew is a complete revision of Duane Garrett’s respected 2002 release originally entitled A Modern Grammar for Classical Hebrew. In addition to the revisions and contributions from new coauthor Jason DeRouchie, the book now includes the answer key for an all-new companion workbook and an updated vocabulary list for second year Hebrew courses.
About the Author
Jason S. DeRouchie (Ph.D., The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is Associate Professor of Old Testament at Bethlehem College & Seminary in Minneapolis, MN. Previously, he served as an Associate Pastor, taught courses at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and Gordon College, and served as Assistant Professor of Old Testament and Hebrew at Northwestern College (MN). He has published a number of articles on Hebrew language and literature, has authored a volume on Old Testament discourse analysis titled A Call to Covenant Love: Text Grammar and Literary Structure in Deuteronomy 5-11 (Gorgias, 2007), serves on the editorial board for Zondervan's new Hearing the Message of Scripture OT commentary series, is writing the volume on Deuteronomy in this series, and stands as the contributing editor for Kregel's forthcoming Old Testament thematic survey titled What the Old Testament Authors Really Cared About. DeRouchie teaches adult Sunday school at Bethlehem Baptist Church, where he and his wife Teresa have been members since 2007. The DeRouchies live in Coon Rapids, MN, and have three children, Janie, Ruthie, and Isaac.