R. Steven Notley on Hebrew in the New Testament

On October 25, 2014, Professor R. Steven Notley, of Nyack College, delivered a lecture claiming that Jesus spoke Hebrew and participated in a panel discussion on Hebraisms in Greek with Weston Fields, (executive director of the Dead Sea Scrolls Foundation and biblical scholar, Alaska), Peter Davids (professor of New Testament and Greek at Houston Baptist University, Houston), Jeff Peterson (professor of New Testament and faculty chariman at Austin Graduate School of Theology, Austin), and Mark Lanier (founder of the Lanier Theological Library).

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Marcus Jastrow, Dictionary of Targumim, Talmud and Midrashic Literature (1926)

A complete 1926 edition of Marcus Jastrow, Dictionary of Targumim, Talmud and Midrashic Literature is available online through Tyndale Archive of Biblical Studies (Tyndale House).

The Tyndale Archive also includes Gesenius’ 1906 Hebrew and Aramaic dictionary, Wilson’s 1850 Hebrew dictionary, Lane’s 1860 Arabic lexicon, Payne Smith’s Syriac dictionary, and Crum’s Coptic dictionary.

Ancient Near Eastern Languages.com

Ancient Near Eastern Languages.com (anelanguages.com) provides pdfs of out-of-copyright grammars and textbooks, dictionaries, language fonts, alphabets, and other tools, for the following languages:

Akkadian

Aramaic

Egyptian hieroglyphs

Hebrew – Biblical and Epigraphic

Moabite

Phoenician

Sumerian

Ugaritic