The Lexham Discourse Hebrew Bible and the High Definition Old Testament are getting rave reviews. After hearing from several scholars how valuable this resource will be, we’ve decided to release the resource, even though it’s not quite finished.
The first portion—Genesis through 2 Kings—is complete and ready to go. We wanted to get it into your hands, even though the rest of the Old Testament won’t be finished for another year.
Because the resource isn’t finished, we will only process your pre-order if you authorize us to do so. It won’t happen automatically, as with a normal Pre-Pub.
If you choose not to authorize the order, then we’ll wait until the bundle’s completed to process your order for the remainder of the Old Testament.
The good news is that if you pre-order the bundle before October 9, you get the content that’s currently available—plus the new content as we finish it—and you still end up paying the same price as if you wait until the entire Old Testament is completed.
Remember, the only way to get this content at the best price is to pre-order it soon. After October 9, we’ll send you a reminder to authorize us to process your order.
Here’s how you get the Lexham Discourse Hebrew Bible Bundle at the best price:
- Pre-order right away before the price goes up.
- On October 9, the resource will go live.
- We’ll send you a reminder to authorize your order.
- We’ll process your order at the low Pre-Pub price, and you can begin using Genesis through 2 Kings right away.
- You’ll get new content automatically, free of any additional charge, as it’s completed.
What people are saying about the Lexham Hebrew Discourse Bible
“The authors of The Lexham Discourse Hebrew Bible have performed an invaluable service for all who base their study of the Old Testament on the Hebrew text. In the Introduction, they explain in plain English many biblical Hebrew discourse features and comment on their significance for interpretation. . . . This will be an indispensable tool for all who teach the Old Testament and all who seek to communicate its message to our world.”—Daniel Block, Gunther H. Knoedler Professor of Old Testament, Wheaton College
“The Lexham Discourse Hebrew Bible now provides us with a visual representation of the discourse grammar of the Hebrew Old Testament, displaying a wealth of information for the student, pastor, and scholar. For those of us who teach discourse grammar, this tool is certain to become a primary resource. And for those of us who use discourse grammar to study, preach, and teach, this tool will become a quick favorite. It is one thing to read and talk about discourse grammar, it is another thing altogether to see it living in the text.”—Miles V. Van Pelt, Alan Belcher Professor of Old Testament and Biblical Languages, academic dean, Jackson campus, Reformed Theological Seminary
“The Lexham Discourse Hebrew Bible represents a new departure in the study of the text. It promises to assist students in thinking through the flow of thought and the structuring of biblical texts.”—James E. Allman, professor of Bible exposition, Dallas Theological Seminary
“Whether engaged in sermon preparation, Bible translation, rigorous first-hand research, or classroom instruction, [The Lexham Discourse Hebrew Bible] will aid the task by drawing attention to important elements of discourse grammar that are usually not highlighted in commentaries but that help us hear the message of Scripture. I highly recommend this resource for those concerned with reading Scripture for depth, not distance.”—Jason S. DeRouchie, associate professor of Old Testament, Bethlehem College and Seminary
“The Lexham Discourse Hebrew Bible addresses an acute need and opens new horizons for the study and teaching of Biblical Hebrew at an intermediate level. I have been looking forward to a tool like this for many years.”—Christo van der Merwe, professor in biblical Hebrew and Bible translation, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa
“The Lexham Hebrew Discourse Bible will be an excellent resource for second-year Hebrew classes. It will encourage the student to think in terms of syntactic relationships between clauses. Its primary value lies in exposing the user to the argument structure of the biblical text and the pragmatic functions of its constructions. The Introduction shows great potential as a tool for introducing students to discourse grammar. Between the Introduction, the textual layout, and the search capabilities of the LDHB, the Hebrew instructor can easily explain the significance of word order and deictic expressions.”—Michael A. Lyons, Associate Professor of Old Testament, Simpson University
Pre-order today to get the best price!
Check out these posts for more information on the Lexham Discourse Hebrew Bible and High Definition Old Testament.