Kevin W. Woodruff
cierpke at utc.campuscw.net
Wed Aug 11 10:06:11 EDT 1999
Stylus Publications puts out a Card-Guide to Biblical Hebrew which is one
doublesided laminted sheet that has all the things that you want on it. It
may be gotten from:
107 E. Ridley Avenue
Ridley Park, PA 19078
At 12:33 PM 08/10/1999, you wrote:
>My name is Kelvin Moore. I am an associate professor at Union University
>in Jackson, Tennessee. I teach Hebrew grammar as well as numerous
>upper-level Old Testament courses. Currently I am writing study aids for
>my grammar students. My question is:
>Where might I find Hebrew verb charts (all 7 stems, perfects, imperfects,
>participles, etc., strong and weak verbs) that are public domain and I can
>simply copy them off the web (or wherever) and onto a handout? With modern
>technology I assume that it is no longer necessary to do the painstaking
>and tedious work of producing the charts personally.
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Kevin W. Woodruff, M.Div.
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Professor of New Testament Greek
Cierpke Memorial Library
Tennessee Temple University/Temple Baptist Seminary
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