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Hebrew Streams: Ancient Hebrew Elements in the New Testament

Hebrew Streams: Ancient Hebrew Elements in the New Testament
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Accuracy of The Torah Text | Bible The great success of Jewish tradition is the meticulous transmission of the Torah text. But actually how accurate is it? How do we know that the Torah we have today is the same text given on Mount Sinai? The Torah was originally dictated from God to Moses, letter for letter. From there, the Midrash (Devarim Rabba 9:4) tells us: Before his death, Moses wrote 13 Torah Scrolls. How were the new scrolls verified? To eliminate any chance of human error, the Talmud enumerates more than 20 factors mandatory for a Torah scroll to be considered “kosher.” The meticulous process of hand-copying a scroll takes about 2,000 hours (a full-time job for one year). Maintaining the accuracy of any document as ancient and as large as the Torah is very challenging even under the best of circumstances. But consider that throughout history, Jewish communities were subject to widespread persecutions and exile. Other historical factors make the accurate transmission of the Torah all the more difficult.

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Preserving Bible - Welcome Page Babylonian Talmud Online in English Digital Dead Sea Scrolls Biblical Numerics W.E. Filmer has written a wonderful little booklet called "God Counts". I thought it would be nice to get a little different view of Bible numerics from that of Ivan Panin. There's also a Number Table below listing many numbers and their Biblical meanings. I have many more numbers to add to the list, but that'll happen later. For now, I want to introduce you to Filmer and God. "Let us take an example from the Old Testament and make a concentrated study of the first verse of Genesis which reads, 'In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.' "The numbers written above the letters are their numeric values. "The first thing to notice about this sentence is that it covers a complete act of creation, and that the universe, fresh from the hand of the Almighty was perfect. 1. "Even more remarkable are the numerics which fix the individual letters so that they cannot be changed. 10. I told you Filmer was wonderful. Numbers And Their Meanings Some examples from The Companion Bible: E.

Greek and Hebrew Interlinear Bible and Concordance Welcome to the Interlinear Bible. The Interlinear Bible is keyed to the Greek and Hebrew text using Strong’s Concordance. Read the original and literal Greek or Hebrew text with Strong’s words using the King James Version or New American Standard. Interlinear Bible Word/Phrase Search To search by word or phrase, enter your query in the search box and choose the translation you wish to view. Interlinear Bible Verse/Reference/Word Search To display a verse or a range of verses, enter the reference into the search box and choose the translation in which you wish to view comparisons for. Greek and Hebrew Fonts Viewing interlinear text requires the greek font and hebrew font to be installed on your system. Hebrew Text: Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia, ed. Also Available