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Explorations in Antiquity Center good article on pressing olives and stomping grapes

Explorations in Antiquity Center good article on pressing olives and stomping grapes

When ancient Hebrew was first written, each letter represented both a sound and a picture. Even if you or the people you teach are not familiar with the Hebrew sounds and have no experience with this language, the pictures illustrated by the Hebrew words will speak for themselves!

When ancient Hebrew was first written, each letter represented both a sound and a picture. Even if you or the people you teach are not familiar with the Hebrew sounds and have no experience with this language, the pictures illustrated by the Hebrew words will speak for themselves!

A pound of pondering by the pond

The English words pond, ponder and pound are all related and have an interesting connection to the Hebrew langauge.

Mark Biltz: The Origin of Replacement Theology - YouTube~ 1hour 18min

Mark Biltz: The Origin of Replacement Theology

Examining each word in the Aaronic (or Aharonic) Blessing to uncover its original meaning through Hebrew Thought.

The Aaronic Blessing Part 5 of 5 (+playlist)

A new revolutionary project: 20,000 Dead Sea Scroll fragments to be digitally scanned so they can be pieced together Researchers will attempt the most impo

A new revolutionary project: Dead Sea Scroll fragments to be digitally scanned so they can be pieced together Researchers will attempt the most important jigsaw in the history of.

Genesis Chapter 1  1 in~SUMMIT {בְּרֵאשִׁית / bê'rey'shit} he~did~FATTEN(Verb) {בָּרָא / ba'ra}[1] Elohiym {אֱלֹהִים / e'lo'him} AT {אֵת / eyt} the~SKY~s2 {הַשָּׁמַיִם / ha'sha'ma'yim} and~AT {וְאֵת / wê'eyt} the~LAND {הָאָרֶץ / ha'a'rets}  in the summit Elohiym fattened the skies and the land, [Commentary]  2 and~the~LAND {וְהָאָרֶץ / wê'ha'a'rets} she~did~EXIST(Verb) {הָיְתָה / hai'tah} CONFUSION {תֹהוּ / to'hu} and~UNFILLED {וָבֹהוּ / wa'vo'hu} and~DARKNESS {וְחֹשֶׁךְ / wê'hho'shekh} UPON…

A new and unique translation of the Torah that faithfully translates each Hebrew word, prefix and suffix consistently and provides new insights into the Biblical text.

Good and Bad: "And the people stood at a distance and Moses approached the heavy darkness where God was." (Exodus 20:21). If you stare at the sun, which is pure light, what happens? You become blind. If you are standing in a sealed room with no light, what happens? You are again blind. Therefore, both light and darkness are bad and yet, both are good. In order to see we must block out some of the light as well as some of the darkness.

A discussion on the meanings of the Hebrew words that are translated as good and bad.

My Hebrew Studies | Progress Update - YouTube

Alan talks about the Hebrew alephbet and explains how he is learning to take a Hebrew/Aramaic word and break it down into a deeper study by examining each le.

Learn the Ancient Pictographic Hebrew Script

Easy lessons to learn how to read the the ancient pictographic Hebrew script, also called Paleo-Hebrew, which was in use from ancient times, by most all Semitic peoples, up until the first century AD

A Hebrew interpretation of the Sh'ma (Hear O Israel)

The Sh'ma, the Jewish prayer from Deuteronomy which begins with Hear O Israel, is often misunderstood by many. When the words are examined in their original Hebrew culture the deeper meaning of this prayer is revealed.

The original Hebrew name of God re-discovered in 1,000 Bible manuscripts | Religion News Service

The original Hebrew name of God re-discovered in 1,000 Bible manuscripts

The original Hebrew name of God re-discovered in 1,000 Bible manuscripts | Religion News Service

A view of desecrated Jewish tomb stones that were burned and destroyed on the Mount of Olives cemetery in East Jerusalem on June 23, 2015. (Photo: Yonatan Sindel/Flash90)

The Arab War Against the Resurrection of the Dead: A view of desecrated Jewish tomb stones that were burned and destroyed on the Mount of Olives cemetery in East Jerusalem on June (Photo: Yonatan

Jeff Benner's answer to What did Jesus mean, 'Let the dead bury their dead?' - Quora

Jeff Benner's answer to What did Jesus mean, 'Let the dead bury their dead?

♫♪ ♔The Phenomenon of Trumpet Sound in the sky of Jerusalem. October 1, 2016 ♫♪♔ - gloria.tv

♫♪ ♔The Phenomenon of Trumpet Sound in the sky of Jerusalem.

Collection of Ancient Inscriptions

A History of Hebrew Part The Proto-Semitic Alphabet

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