Complete Jewish Bible The Complete Jewish Bible is the only English version of the Bible fully Jewish in style and presentation that includes both the Tanakh ("Old Testament") and the B'rit Hadashah (New Covenant, "New Testament"). Even its title, the Complete Jewish Bible, challenges both Jews and Christians to see that the whole Bible is Jewish, the B'rit Hadashah as well as the Tanakh. Jews are challenged by the implication that without it the Tanakh is an incomplete Bible. Digitised Manuscripts Over 600 Greek manuscripts have been digitised with the generous support of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation. Almost 500 more will be added during the third phase of the Greek manuscripts digitisation project, funded generously by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation, the A. G. Leventis Foundation, Sam Fogg, the Sylvia Ioannou Foundation and the Thriplow Charitable Trust. The Royal Manuscripts and Botany in British India projects have been funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council as a part of its Digital Transformations in Arts and Humanities Theme and contributes to a package of measures aimed at developing innovative approaches to archiving, accessing and using data for research in the arts and humanities supported as a part of the additional investment to enhance the national e.infrastructure for research announced by the Government in October 2011.
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. The interlinear allows for each parallel reading and lexicon study. Interlinear Bible Word/Phrase Search
The Ancient Hebrew Alphabet - Lesson 13 Go to Lesson #...Introduction Learn to Read Biblical Hebrew - Lesson 13 Hebrew Verbs By: Jeff A. Benner Learn Hebrew Verbs - Introduction Before learning the structure of Biblical Hebrew verbs we need to understand a few grammatical terms used to describe parts of a sentence. In the phrase "Jacob cut a tree" the verb is "cut." NET Bible 1 tn The Hebrew text has the article prefixed to the noun. Here the article indicates the generic use of the word אָדָם (’adam): “humankind.” 2 tn This disjunctive clause (conjunction + subject + verb) is circumstantial to the initial temporal clause. It could be rendered, “with daughters being born to them.” For another example of such a disjunctive clause following the construction וַיְהִיכִּי (vayÿhiki, “and it came to pass when”), see 2 Sam 7:1.
Aramaic/English Peshitta Interlinear Younan Translation Aramaic/English Peshitta Interlinear Younan Translation This is Paul Younan's interlinear translation of the Peshitta. As an interlinear, it is a very accurate translation, but unfortunately it is incomplete. 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.
Academy of Ancient Languages The audio tracks below in mp3 format are courtesy of Audio Scriptures International. I have used audio editing software to divide the book files from ASI into separate chapter files. Please report broken links or any other problems to me via email. Hebraic Christian Free Resources! If you're just beginning your search for the Hebraic foundations of your Christian faith or if you're a long-time student, HCGC has many free resources for you. Click "Free!" on the bar above to access the following: Genesis 1 "In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth...." CJB View In My Bible 1 In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. 2 The earth was unformed and void, darkness was on the face of the deep, and the Spirit of God hovered over the surface of the water. 3 Then God said, "Let there be light"; and there was light. 4 God saw that the light was good, and God divided the light from the darkness. 5 God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. So there was evening, and there was morning, one day. 6 God said, "Let there be a dome in the middle of the water; let it divide the water from the water." 7 God made the dome and divided the water under the dome from the water above the dome; that is how it was, 8 and God called the dome Sky. Complete Jewish Bible Copyright 1998 by David H. Stern.
Introduction to Torah Study Torah Club is a unique and comprehensive Messianic Bible Study resource spanning the whole of Scripture, consisting of extensive written and audio commentary. This is a study curriculum unlike any other. Dig deeper into the Bible week by week as you study the Scriptures with Jewish insight. What you’ll learn through Torah Club Hebrew - English Bible by Books / Mechon-Mamre Here are direct links to recordings in Hebrew, used with permission from Talking Bibles International ℗ 1992 (to request permission to use recordings write email@example.com); they are not chanted with a melody, but are clearly pronounced in Sephardic-style Hebrew. Some of these chapter files are large (up to almost 8MB!), so those without fast internet connections really need patience in waiting for them.
Age of Aquarius Traits are Building as the Next Great Age Begins By Sandra Weaver The Age of Aquarius is causing great turmoil, to make room for the new values of love, brotherhood, unity and integrity. Everything with Piscean values is being exposed and taken down. This includes governments, corporations, individuals, and even personal relationships. 70 metal Books found in cave in Jordan could change our view of Biblical history ~ COSMOS TV LATEST NEWS For scholars of faith and history, it is a treasure trove too precious for price. This ancient collection of 70 tiny books, their lead pages bound with wire, could unlock some of the secrets of the earliest days of Christianity. Academics are divided as to their authenticity but say that if verified, they could prove as pivotal as the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls in 1947. On pages not much bigger than a credit card, are images, symbols and words that appear to refer to the Messiah and, possibly even, to the Crucifixion and Resurrection. Adding to the intrigue, many of the books are sealed, prompting academics to speculate they are actually the lost collection of codices mentioned in the Bible’s Book Of Revelation.