Hello out there

Charles David Isbell cisbell at home.com
Thu Dec 20 06:01:31 EST 2001


Hi Steve,
Most Rabbis are happy to meet non Jews who are interested in the learning of Hebrew, knowing that people who are willing to take such a step normally develop an appreciation for Judaism that is helpful in the understanding between the two faith systems.  If you will write to me privately and tell me where you are located, I will be happy to contact a Rabbi in your area and try to arrange a meeting for you.  I teach Hebrew at LSU, and about 75% of my students are not Jewish.  So if you want to move to Baton Rouge, I will welcome you to our courses, teach you Hebrew, and invite you to services where we use Hebrew for the entire liturgy.
Be well,
Shalom,
Charles David Isbell
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Steve Cahill 
  To: Biblical Hebrew 
  Sent: Thursday, December 20, 2001 1:11 AM
  Subject: Hello out there


  Hey everyone out there,

  My name is Steve.  I'm new to this Hebrew group.  I'm actually trying to find a way to learn Biblical Hebrew.  I found your group and decided that you guys looked like you know what your talkiing about :)

  Does anyone out there know of any way for a guy to start leaarning Hebrew who has no prior knowledge of any Hebrew?
  Unfortunately the local state university here doesn't do Hebrew, and the local Synagogues are reluctant to teach me any Hebrew lest I use it against their people since I am not a Jew.


  Steve

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