Hebrew versus Greek

A Devotional Study of Scripture Through Two Lenses

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What do you get when you cross classical Hebrew with Koine Greek? It may sound like the metaphor for a strange new animal, but what it imparts is a fascinating dive into the Bible that’s rarely—if ever—been attempted before.

In Hebrew versus Greek: A Devotional Study of Scripture Through Two Lenses, Hebrew scholar Chaim Bentorah and Greek scholar Chris Palmer explore fifty concepts from the Septuagint or LXX and explain the subtle differences found in Hebrew and Greek.

You will discover how:

  • God’s repentance over creating man benefits us
  • Trusting in God binds us to His divine power
  • God’s command to “fear not” gives us the authority to be courageous
  • Saying there is no God is like walking through fog
  • God embraces us with His strength in the dance of life

The authors note that the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls has convinced many Bible scholars of the accuracy of the Septuagint. “This offers a whole new dimension to our understanding of the Old Testament and the importance of using the Greek Septuagint to explain some difficult passages,” Chaim notes.

Hebrew versus Greek will draw you closer to the Lord through simple devotional lessons that explore the rich meanings found in these ancient languages.

Chaim Bentorah has a bachelor of arts degree in Jewish Studies from Moody Bible Institute, a master’s degree in Old Testament and Hebrew from Denver Seminary, and a doctorate in Biblical Archaeology. He studied advanced Hebrew under Dr. Earl S. Kalland, who was on the executive committee for the translation work of the New International Version of the Bible. Bentorah taught classical Hebrew and Old Testament for thirteen years at World Harvest Bible College, a... Show More

About Chris Palmer

Chris Palmer is the dean of TheosU and Theos Seminary, a Greek scholar, a professor of theology, and the author of a number of books, including Winks From Scripture: Understanding God’s Subtle Work Among Us; Greek Word Study: 90 Ancient Words That Unlock Scripture; Letters from Jesus: Studies from the Seven Churches of Revelation; and Strange Scriptures: Deciphering 52 Weird, Bizarre, and Curious Verses from the New Testament. Chris is currently working on his PhD... Show More


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