Topics Hebrew Word Studies
|What is Torah? (Article)|
The Hebrew word "Torah" is usually translated into the English word "Law". Because of this translation there is a great misunderstanding of what "Torah" truly is.
|The Meaning of El Shaddai (Article)|
The difficult job of the translator is to bridge the gap between the languages and cultures.
|A pound of pondering by the pond (Article)|
In the English language, the words pond, pound and pondering are interestingly related in the same that the Hebrew words are for these same words.
|Good and Bad (Article)|
What does the Bible mean when it says that God "formed the light and created darkness, made peace and created evil?"
|The Stones of the Ephod (Article)|
The Hebrew word for each of the twelve stones on the breastplate of the kohen (Priest) and there possible translations.
|The Facts about Kaneh Bosem (Article)|
When I am studying a subject in the Bible, I always attempt to do so from a purely objective viewpoint, without taking on the role of a supporter or a detractor.
|Hebrew Words Meaning "Work" (Article)|
In the Hebrew Bible there are 12 Hebrew words that are translated as "work," but each one has a more specific meaning than just work.
|Roads, Streets and Paths (Article)|
Is it really helpful to look at the Hebrew words behind a translation? This study into these Hebrew words show how important understanding the Hebrew vocabulary is.
|Hebrew Words for "Image" (Article)|
There are four Hebrew words that are translated as "image," but each has its own specific meaning.
|Hebrew Words for "Trust" (Article)|
There are four Hebrew words that are translated as "trust," but each has its own specific meaning.
|Ancient Hebrew Anatomy (Video)|
From a Hebrew perspective different parts of the body reflect different aspects of the person. These parts and aspects make up the nephesh (soul).
|What is Lebanon? (Guest Article)|
What does the word Lebanon mean in the Hebrew Bible?
|Hebrew Word Studies (Study Pack)|
In these studies, we will be demonstrating the necessity of studying Hebrew words from a Hebraic perspective.