Hidden Motives and World War I: A Book Review in Honor of Veterans Day

As we are approaching the centennial anniversary mark for the beginning of World War I, it might be interesting to review what went wrong in the run up to this war and why it wasn’t avoided. In his book July 1914, Countdown to War, Sean McMeekin masterfully brings out many of the underlying currents in…Continue reading Hidden Motives and World War I: A Book Review in Honor of Veterans Day

Teaching Hebrew as a Living Language

Jan Verbruggen, Professor of Old Testament Language and Literature at Western Seminary, has begun the process of teaching biblical Hebrew as a “living language.” We approached him with some questions to explain this new approach.   What is a “living language approach” to language learning? In the living language approach we try to teach the…Continue reading Teaching Hebrew as a Living Language