Plowing through History from the Aleph to the Tav

Topics About the Hebrew Language

Explaining the Morphology of Hebrew WordsExplaining the morphology of Hebrew Words (Article)
Morphology is the study of how words are formed and is a very important subject in Hebrew linguistics.

The Culture of the Hebrew LanguageThe Culture of the Hebrew Language (Article)
Understanding the Ancient Hebrew culture is very important for proper Biblical interpretation and without it the reader interject his or her own cultural perspectives on the text.

Ancient Hebrew IdiomsAncient Hebrew Idioms (Article)
A list of many of the Hebrew idioms found in the Bible.

The Missing 'Art' in Hebrew LinguisticsThe Missing 'Art' in Hebrew Linguistics (Article)
Modern Hebrew linguistics has stagnated in growth due to a lack of "art" being interjected into the science.

Is Ancient Hebrew a Dead Language?Is Ancient Hebrew a Dead Language? (Article)
Is the Hebrew langauge of the Bible the same language spoken in Israel today or is Ancient Hebrew a dead langauge?

A Short History of the Hebrew LanguageA Short History of the Hebrew Language (Article)
The history of the Hebrew language from ancient times, Biblical times, the time of the Babylonian captivity and the Bar Kockba revolt and into modern times with the creation of the State of Israel.

The Philosophy of the Hebrew LanguageThe Philosophy of the Hebrew Language (Article)
An explanation of the differences between the two major branches of Philosophy in the world today.

The Connection Between Language and CultureThe Connection Between Language and Culture (Video)
In every culture, past and present, the language is closely connected to the culture of the people.

Mysteries in the Hebrew LanguageMysteries in the Hebrew Language (Video)
Is it possible that ancient peoples were capable of more scientific advancements then we give them credit for?

Hebrew VerbsHebrew Verbs (Video)
Explaining my use of the word "Fatten/Filled" as a translation for the Hebrew word BaRA instead of "Create," such as is found in most translations.

What is the Lashawan Qadash?What is the Lashawan Qadash? (Video)
Over the past few years there has been a growing number of people who are re-creating the Hebrew alphabet.

The origins of IdiomsThe origins of Idioms (Guest Article)
Israel Cohen provides an interesting origin to many of the idioms that we use in our language today.

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