Topics Biblical Interpretation
|His Name is One (Book)|
An examination of the Hebrew words and names used for God and their interpretation from an ancient Hebrew perspective.
|Aman: Believe (Article)|
The Hebrew language developed in a nomadic agricultural culture. Because of this much of the language is centered around this lifestyle.
|Covenants from a Hebrew Perspective (Article)|
We will begin this study with the Hebrew word for a "covenant," which is b'riyt. This noun is derived from the verb B.R.H, which means "to select the best."
|A Father's Sacrifice (Article)|
I came across a passage that I found fascinating and also shows the importance of looking at the text from a very literal perspective.
|What is a "help meet?" (Article)|
While the KJV translates the Hebrew phrase ezer kenegedo as "help meet for him," other translations provide differing translations.
|How many came out of the exodus of Egypt (Article)|
From the text it would appear that the nation of Israel served at least 400 years in captivity in Egypt. But Exodus 6 and 1 Chronicles 6 come trading this.
|The Flat Earth Theory: Fact or Fiction? (Article)|
Is the earth flat or is it a globe? In recent years many people have been accepting the theory that the earth is flat and surrounded by a dome. What is the evidence?
|Ashes of the Red Heifer (Article)|
Is God's promise, given in this Exodus 15:26, what we would call a miracle? Or is there something more "scientific" at work behind the commands of God?
|In a land not their own for 400 years (Article)|
It is assumed by most that Israel would be in the land of Egypt for four hundred years. However, this creates a problem with the Biblical text.
|Heaven and Hell (Video Playlist)|
An investigation into the Ancient Hebrews perspective of what we today call heaven and hell.
|Ark of the Covenant (Video Playlist)|
An investigation into the meaning of the words surrounding the Ark of the Covenant and their Hebraic interpretation.
|The Horns of Moses (Video)|
According to Exodus 7:1 YHWH made Moses God to Pharoah. In Hebrew thought a god is one who has "power" and "authority."