If you want to know what the Bible is about or deepen your understanding of the meaning of the Bible then this new study method for using Biblical Hebrew is for you.
Consider this: if the Bible is God’s Word… and if God is all powerful, (this course is designed for those who want to learn what this book says… as well as for those who just want to add the Bible to their cultural knowledge) then you’d think that God would want ALL ages, ALL cultures, ALL languages, everywhere to be able to understand it. Not just scientists, researchers, linguists, scholars… right?
Well, this course is designed to show you, no matter your background, some basics about an exciting way to study the Bible. We will immediately plunge into well-known Biblical examples and see how to study to extract richer meaning. Meaning that will give you answers to fundamental questions about life, our society and this 21st century.
You do not need any ‘outside tools’ or knowledge either of the Bible or Hebrew. Everything is available and accessible free of charge, 24/7/365 online, even the Bible should you not have one.
You're looking to go beyond just reading your Bible. You want to add some stimulation and insight to your study. Then adding this Biblical Hebrew study method to your repertoire will boost you to the next level of Bible comprehension. Enroll in the totally free course today.
You will see that a Biblical Hebrew primitive root -- the most fundamental word structure -- can have various derivatives and various meanings.
You'll learn and be able to identify opposite meanings of the same Biblical Hebrew word. This is impossible to do in translations. To top it off, frankly most Hebrew 'scholars' are not aware of this important aspect of the Bible language.
The English translations 'naked' and 'subtil' come from the same Hebrew root 'aram' and this Biblical Hebrew word can be both a positive and negative descriptive. You'll learn that this 'opposition' means we have to dig into the Biblical Hebrew to unlock a fuller meaning.
Adam and Eve's positive nakedness/wisdom is associated with clean clothes. On the other hand, the serpent's negative subtlety and guile are associated with dirty clothing. You'll learn that there are other exciting Bible Study themes that tie in very well with the postive/negative nakedness/subtlety.
Adam and Eve were 'naked' and 'not ashamed'. We've already seen that the Bliblical Hebrew word 'Aram' for 'naked' is also translated 'wisdom'. In this lesson you'll see that the Biblical Hebrew word for 'ashamed' is the equivalent of 'confused'.
This unlocks Bible meaning and give further comprehension of this verse: Adam and Eve were wise and not confused.
One Hebrew word can have numerous translations. These translations are correct and indicate that each Hebrew word can have various meanings.
I was born in London and has lived in the United Kingdom, South Africa, Spain, Canada, Israel, Belgium, and—for the past thirty-five years—France. After spending twenty-five years in the Christian ministry in Quebec and France, I taught website creation at the American University in Paris and worked as a technical writer.
In 1998 I founded BonjourLaFrance.com, which has become a successful site for travel and tourism in France. I'm currently occupied with webmastering, studying, teaching, speaking, and writing including my blog The Explanation.
Inventory of the Universe, my first book is published with Audit of the Universe and Origin of the Universe on the way. Not to give everything away, but this third book delves into Genesis and the Biblical Hebrew.
I started learning Hebrew at the age of 10 and lived in Israel for 2 years where I learnt 'street Hebrew.' Since then unfortunately, not having used the language, I've forgotten a lot but what I do know has helped me immensely with comprehension and 'getting around' with Biblical Hebrew.
During my ministry studying the original language of the Old Testament threw new light on words and hence subjects and understanding.
To be right up front with you some time after I left the full time ministry I began thinking of writing about Bible comprehension via Biblical Hebrew but I wasn't sure that my method was valid. To verify that I took 2 years of online courses with eTeacherHebrew where I could learn and ask questions. In so doing I came to the conclusion that my method is valid.
It is that method, of understanding the Bible via Biblical Hebrew - without learning the alphabet, the grammar ... or the vocabulary, that I'll share with you during this course.
Sounds a little far-fetched. Well, you will have to use a couple of 'tools' to do this but everything is online, free and accessible 24/7/365 for your on-going study. This course will help you get started in your quest to better understand the Bible.