Jason (“Guy”) Hare grew up in a small town in Southwest Missouri, where he attended OCC for three years and studied Greek and Hebrew. As he undertook conversion to Judaism, the Hebrew language and the text of the תָּנָ״ךְ became his passion in life.
Shortly after earning his degree in philosophy and Spanish language at MSSU, he moved to Israel, where he has been for the past thirteen years. From Israel, he set up the Hebrew Café, an online home for Hebrew learning and discussion of issues relating to Jewish faith and identity (see the online forum for more information).
For the past decade, Jason has offered Hebrew instruction to dozens of individual students online. Recently, he has expanded his instruction to include full-course biblical studies. The present course can be viewed in its entirety on our YouTube channel, which was coupled with a Moodle learning environment to complete the materials for the course.
Jason is currently a moderator on both B-Greek and B-Hebrew web forums in addition to the Hebrew Café forum. He teaches classes in both Greek and Hebrew on Zoom and is looking forward to meeting you.
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