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7 Reasons Hebrew and Greek are important:

 

  1. Without some knowledge of Hebrew and Greek, you cannot understand the critical interpretations of the Scriptures and therefore certain passages would be in doubt.

 

  1. Without some knowledge of Hebrew and Greek, you cannot satisfy yourself or those who look to you for help as to the changes that you find in the Revised Old and New Testaments.

 

  1. Without some knowledge of Hebrew and Greek, you cannot appreciate the critical discussions relating to the books of the Old and New Testaments.

 

  1. Without some knowledge of Hebrew and Greek, you cannot be certain that you are presenting the correct teaching of that text.

 

  1. Without some knowledge of Hebrew and Greek, you cannot be an independent student or a reliable interpreter of the Word of God.

 

  1. Within ten years the average believer wastes more time in fruitless reading and indifferent talk than he would use in acquiring a good working knowledge of Hebrew and Greek that, in turn, would impart to his teaching that quality of independence and of reliability that so greatly enhances one’s power as a teacher.

 

  1. There is not one minister in ten who will find time and opportunity for such study of Hebrew and Greek that would enable him to make a thoroughly practical use of it in his work as a Bible-teacher.