[b-hebrew] Grebe Introduction
leviny1 at mail.biu.ac.il
Mon Oct 22 18:34:23 EDT 2007
Welcome to the list! It sounds like you have a lot to contribute! And when
you do make it back to Israel, please let us know.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Charles Grebe" <cgrebe at briercrest.ca>
To: "b-hebrew" <b-hebrew at lists.ibiblio.org>
Sent: Monday, October 22, 2007 7:24 PM
Subject: [b-hebrew] Grebe Introduction
> Hi everyone,
> I just signed on to b-Hebrew and I thought I'd introduce myself (I read
> a comment somewhere that this is encouraged). By the way, if anyone can
> point me to a b-Hebrew netiquette posting I'd appreciate it. There isn't
> much on the home page and I'm not sure how to search the archives other
> than via Google.
> My name is Charles Grebe. I recently graduated from Briercrest College
> and Seminary in Saskatchewan, Canada with an MA in Old Testament, and
> I'm now working for the school as the director of distance learning.
> Aside from my administrative duties (which seems to take up most of my
> time! :) I instruct a first year Hebrew course for our distance
> students. This course uses lectures that I developed a couple of years
> ago which I host, together with some other Hebrew learning tools, at
> http://www.animatedhebrew.com/ .
> In my MA thesis I looked at the participant reference in 1 Samuel 9-31
> in an attempt to demonstrate that a knowledge of biblical Hebrew PR
> patterns can be an aide in biblical exegesis. I am not a linguist and I
> wasn't trying to advance PR theory in this thesis. I just say that to
> forewarn any DA linguists out there that might have that expectation. :)
> In 2000, my family and I had the opportunity to spend the summer in
> Israel. I took a 6 week biblical Hebrew course at Rothberg (Hebrew U of
> Jerusalem) and then we spent 10 days trying to see the rest of Israel in
> a whirlwind self-tour. It was a wonderful experience and it would be
> great to return some day.
> At the moment, my personal goal is to read as much biblical Hebrew as I
> can. I have just finished reading Genesis 1-11 with a friend who is
> writing his MA thesis on God's interior monologues. If you know of any
> good discussion of this in the literature, please let me know and I'll
> pass it on to him. I know he'd appreciate it.
> Finally, both my wife and I are taking modern Hebrew with
> HebrewOnline.com. We're in the middle of the second level (Level B) and
> are enjoying it immensely.
> Charles Grebe
> Director of Distance Learning
> Briercrest College and Seminary
> cgrebe at briercrest.ca
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