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The Biblical Languages Podcast

The Biblical Languages Podcast hosts discussions and interviews related to learning the biblical languages and issues relevant to biblical exegesis. Episodes cover topics in 4 major categories: language acquisition, linguistics, cultural backgrounds, and exegesis.

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The Biblical Languages Podcast hosts discussions and interviews related to learning the biblical languages and issues relevant to biblical exegesis. Episodes cover topics in 4 major categories: language acquisition, linguistics, cultural backgrounds, and exegesis.

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Meet your co-hosts

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Kevin Grasso

Kevin Grasso received his M.A. in Linguistics with a concentration in Bible Translation from Dallas International University. He is currently writing his dissertation on the semantics of Biblical Hebrew to receive his PhD in Hebrew Language from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He is also working on an M.A. in Comparative Religion at Hebrew University. He has taught Biblical Greek for the University of the Holy Land and is on the Executive Committee for the Biblical Hebrew Linguistics and Philology Network. Kevin is also the co-founder & CEO of Biblingo, an app that makes the biblical languages easier to learn.

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Nick Messmer

Nick Messmer received his B.A. in Communication Studies from the University of Georgia and his M.A. in Biblical Exegesis from Wheaton College. He has experienced how the biblical languages can enrich one's experience of the God's Word, whether in the context of academia, ministry, fellowship, or personal devotion. He is passionate about making that experience more accessible to others. He and his wife, Lauren, live in Atlanta, GA where they enjoy doing life with their church family and rock climbing. Nick is also the co-founder & COO of Biblingo, an app that makes the biblical languages easier to learn.