Reading Biblical Hebrew is as easy as one, two, and that number between two and four. That’s right. Its a matter of logic and applying knowledge commonly found in the scriptures. 2,708 more words
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The letter Chet is a very straight-forward letter. It evolved from a pictograph of a wall which serves to ‘separate’ things and is also relative to things which are ‘separated’ from each is other. 389 more words
I already wrote about my interest in data visualization in Right-To-Left (RTL) languages. Recently, I got copies of high school calculus books from Jordan and the Palestinian Authority. 371 more words
Lawrence Rabone, PhD student studying seventeenth-century Jewish-Christian relations, shares some of his early findings from his research as John Rylands Library Research Affiliate.
Four rare works by the little known Welsh preacher Vavasor Powell (1617-1670) in the John Rylands Library offer a fresh perspective on the tumultuous years of seventeenth-century England. 1,970 more words
The answers to many long standing questions (and arguments) regarding the exact meaning of certain Hebrew words found in the Scriptures may have been right in front of our eyes the whole time. 919 more words