AHRC Friend's Websites


The Ancient Hebrew Research Center has a large number of regular readers and fellow researchers. Some of them have developed excellent websites, some related to the Hebrew language and some not, and we would like to recognize them by listing them here. Keep in mind that the websites listed here are from varied religious backgrounds but may be of interest to some of you and worth your investigation.



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Torah Observant Believers in Yehoshua: Great essays, videos, links and downloads related to the Hebrew and Aramaic languages of the Bible.



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Josh Nielsen's Website: Josh has put together some excellent articles and resources related to Biblical studies that many will find helpful in their own studies.



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Paul Jab's Website: Paul, the author of "Sons to Glory," includes is book online, family photos and Music.



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John Butzu's Blog: John has put together some excellent Hebrew word studies.



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Patrick Samuels: I have been a close friend of Patrick's for quite a few years and have found his religious and political views to be unique and refreshing.



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Jeff King's Blog: Many articles and insights including one on the ancient meanings of the Hebrew words create and redeem and one on Savior



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Isaac Mozeson's Edenics: I have had the pleasure of knowing Isaac for many years and have always found his insights into the Hebrew origins of the English language both enlightening and interesting. If you are not familiar with his work, I recommend you check it out for yourself, you will be amazed.



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Ancient Roots Bible: The Ancient Roots Translinear Bible is a new method of Bible translation that uses a similar methedology as the AHRC's Mechanical Translation by creating a translation that consistently translates each Hebrew word. The site includes a word or Strong's number search of the Bible.



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Flying Chariot Ministries: I have been familiar with Jason's research for some time and have been very impressed with his unique approach to the Bible and some of the "not so" discussed topics.



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Petros Koutoupis: I have found Petros' work to be a great asset in Biblical studies.



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Wild Branch: Brad Scott's website with great articles on the Hebrew language.



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Jerusalem 2 Outpost: Jason's website is filled with Ancient Biblical texts, reference materials and related material.



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Sermon Follow Up: Follow ups to Dave Lyman's sermons, some related to the Hebrew Bible and Hebraic thought.



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Mila Yomit: Rabbi Itzchak Marmorstein's website featuring an indepth word for word investigation of the Hebrew Bible from an Orthodox Jewish perspective.