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Mark Throntveit joined the Luther Seminary faculty in 1981 and was named associate professor of Old Testament in 1987. He was promoted to full professor in 1996. He was adjunct professor of Bible at Augsburg College in the spring of 1991 and adjunct professor of Old Testament at St. Thomas University from 1991-1998.
He was a teaching fellow in Hebrew at Union Theological Seminary in 1979-81, and had
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Mark Throntveit has one goal in mind when he is teaching Hebrew: to help students understand the original language of the Old Testament. Hebrew helps him teach the interpretation of Old Testament texts, as well. "For example, in good Hebrew style, key words are repeated again and again to emphasize the
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