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Entire Jonah Project Kit



     The book of Jonah is one of the shortest books in the Bible. It’s not controversial, complicated, or boring. Every item in the Jonah Kit moves the student in one direction: toward reading the book of Jonah in the original Hebrew. There are about 100 unique Hebrew words in the book of Jonah—anyone can memorize 100 words.

     Our method is best described as: accidental Hebrew for Christians, because most of the mental exercises simply stretch the boundaries of learning. Follow the steps and reading Hebrew simply happens. Isn’t that how young children in Israel learn to speak Hebrew? No one forces them.

     Moses died in 1407 BC, before crossing the Jordan River and taking possession of Israel. Before this, archeologists refer to this time period as the early bronze age. The language was Semitic (Canaanite/Ashdod sometimes mistakenly referred to as Paleo Hebrew), but not Israelite Hebrew—not the Hebrew written in the hand of Moses. (Deuteronomy 31:9; 2Kings 22:8-13)

     The Israelites had not yet arrived. Dig deep enough and you can find many civilizations and languages that pre-date the Israelites.

The real Hebrew language, however, is to be cherished above all other languages. Ezra refused to read Hebrew to those could not understand the holy language. (Nehemiah 8:2) Ezra said something that should get our attention: “As regards their children, half of them spoke the language of Ashdod or the language of one of the other peoples, but could no longer speak the language of Judah.” –Nehemiah 13:24
     According to the New Covenant, we are no longer required to speak Hebrew. We’re a long way from Jerusalem, and no sound-thinking Christian should object to our children speaking the best King’s English.

But, for those with an eye on leadership positions, I have designed the Jonah Project to inspire curiosity about this Holy Language. Aside from offering this curriculum to teach Hebrew, I offer a number of products that inspire kids to ask: “What does that mean? Who said that? How can I learn Hebrew?”
     Do your part. Put these products in your home.

     A complete 4-page curriculum (or schedule) is enclosed in every box. Simple instructions, discussing how to use each item, in what order, on what day, and for how long. REQUIRES NO PRIOR KNOWLEDGE OF THE HEBREW LANGUAGE.



* Focuses completely on one of the shortest books in the Bible—Jonah.

* 7 items. 1) One Bookmark with Hebrew alphabet. 2) Over 35 individual Hebrew Alphabet Flash Cards. 3) One Book / Semitic Tales: bed-time stories for Christians. 4) One Book / Letters: the meaning behind the Hebrew alphabet. 5) Over 100 individual Hebrew Word Flash Cards from the book of Jonah. 6) One Book / Jonah: a commentary. 7) One USB audio / Reading of the book of Jonah in the original Hebrew.

* All flashcards are designed specifically for the Jonah Project, a curriculum designed to teach students how to read the book of Jonah in the original Hebrew.

* All flashcards convert into a classroom game (who needs a teacher!).

* All books are designed to be used in two ways: 1) Read and enjoyed by the student—without a teacher. 2) Taught from by an instructor, who can use sections as a daily classroom lesson (because, ultimately, a student learns faster with a teacher).

* Contains a USB audio so students can compare their pronunciations to proper Jewish pronunciation.

* Designed for Christian parents looking for curriculum to develop leadership skills for Christian highschool students.


Christian Education / Foreign Language / Homeschool

Entire Jonah Kit

Weight: 3 lbs.

UPC: 719833838086

$221.65 + Shipping and Handling (according to region)



SKU: 719833838086
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