When I first started learning Hebrew, I learned the Hebrew alphabet, the same Hebrew alphabet that can be seen any Hebrew Bible.
A portion of a Modern Hebrew Bible
However, while reading our local paper in 1997 I came across the article "Evidence of Solomon's temple found." In this article was a photograph of a 3,000 year old receipt for 3 shekel's for a donation to the "House of Yahweh" by "Ashyahu the King," written on a piece of pottery fragment. What I found most interesting was that this Hebrew inscription was written in an alphabet that was nothing like the Hebrew I had learned and this begun my journey into the Ancient Hebrew alphabet and language of the Bible.
An Ancient Hebrew Inscription
- The relationship between the Hebrew words of the Bible and the Ancient Hebrew culture
- The differences between Greek and Hebrew concepts
- The meaning of the letters in the ancient pictographic Hebrew script
- The root system of the Ancient Hebrew language
- A Hebraic interpretation of the Aaronic Blessing