An Introduction to Biblical Hebrew Syntax

An Introduction to Biblical Hebrew Syntax
Eisenbrauns | January 1, 1990 | ISBN-10: 0931464315 | 779 pages | File type: PDF | 8.76 mb
An Introduction to Biblical Hebrew Syntax (IBHS) provides the students of biblical Hebrew with the most up to date and scholarly grammar written in the English language. The authors make it clear that their volume does not replace other reference grammars. Their reasoning is both honest and accurate-IBHS is not exhaustive either in treating exceptions or even in covering all matters of syntax and grammar. This grammar, however, is so well written that we can only hope that Waltke and O'Connor will see fit to complete this magnificent offering in a second volume that would treat the remaining elements of Hebrew syntax with the same excellence manifested in this work.

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