Learning Christian Roots Through Hebrew in New Book

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Zola's Introduction to Hebrew by John J. Parsons (of http://www.hebrew4christians.com) provides a step-by-step approach that enables you to understand the Hebraic mindset while learning the basics of Hebrew. Studying at their own pace, readers will master the Hebrew alphabet, sound out actual Hebrew words, and begin connecting their studies with their heart by reading Hebrew prayers, blessing, and even passages from Scripture! Using this resource, they will learn more than mere academic material; they will learn the underlying spirit of the Hebrew heart.

Zola Levitt Ministries and Hebrew4Christians.com announce the third edition of Zola's "Introduction to Hebrew", a best-selling resource that teaches basic biblical Hebrew. Additional information is given at http://www.hebrew4christians.com.

In addition to teaching the basics of Hebrew, the book provides fascinating information throughout, illustrating how learning Hebrew gives you a better understanding of the Jewish context of Jesus and the Jewish roots of the Christian faith.

An ideal introduction to the subject, Zola's "Introduction to Hebrew" teaches both print and script, so readers will be ready to read, speak, write and understand Hebrew in Israel as well as in biblical academic works. Lessons progress gradually enough so that even the faint-hearted will find immediate value in it, nurturing them to proceed toward a unique intimacy with the Biblical language.

Using an adult-learning model, Zola's "Introduction to Hebrew" includes plenty of practice. At over 400 pages, this text is all the reader needs to progress from knowing not one "jot or tittle" of Hebrew to reading and speaking it with confidence. Foreword by Dr. Zola Levitt and scholastically edited by Dr. Yigdal Levin of Bar-Illan University, Israel.

For additional information, contact John J. Parsons at info @ hebrew4christians.com.

ABOUT Hebrew4Christians:
The Hebrew4Christians web site is intended to proclaim the truth that Jesus is the promised Jewish Messiah to Israel, and to promote
Jewish literacy among those of the Christian faith.

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