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For those learning free biblical Hebrew with the Aleph with Beth videos, we've created this podcast for those who want to simply listen to the audio of each video as part of the internalization process. You will only hear biblical Hebrew on this podcast. Without watching the videos first, the audio here will be of little value. Learn more at http://freehebrew.online.
 
One For Israel's Podcast collects powerful teachings, inspiring testimonies and insights into the scriptures and the context of the Land and People of Israel into a weekly podcast to inspire and uplift. Connect with us at OneforIsrael.com to find our more about our ministry or use our powerful outreach and teaching tool iMetMessiah.com to find more insightful teachings and outreach resources. Our ministry and Bible college is based in Netanya Israel and is the only Hebrew Bible college in th ...
 
Keith is an author, international speaker, and founder of Biblical Foundations Academy International. He has been involved in a wide variety of ministries, including being a Methodist pastor, a professional sports team chaplain, a television and radio host, and a tour leader in Israel. Keith holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Minnesota, a master’s degree from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Illinois, and has completed an intensive Hebrew language course at Hebrew Uni ...
 
While so many in our world today have perverted and twisted the Holy Scriptures of the Bible by teaching error and false doctrine (usually for their own gain), we at Gospel Saving Church are committed and dedicated to God and to you, to bring true Biblical truth to the world. So please join us weekly to hear Pastor Ed teach verse by verse through each book of the Bible, bringing Biblical truth and true Biblical doctrine to the world. May God richly bless you as you diligently seek Him. Hebre ...
 
In 70CE the Romans destroyed the Temple in Jerusalem. Second Temple Judaism, whose worship consisted of animal sacrifice permitted by biblical command only at the Temple, would have to reinvent itself as Rabbinic Judaism. Contemporaneously, the authors of the New Testament Gospels were writing about the Jewish apocalyptic prophet whom they believed was the awaited messiah. For both the rabbis and the gospel writers, for both ancient Jews and ancient Christians, the central authoritative text ...
 
This podcast was created due to a lifelong call to preach God’s Holy Word, but has become a daily intimate journey with the living God. It started with Season One, “The Isaiah Series," featuring the first seven chapters of the Book of Isaiah. “The Back to Basics Series" interrupted The Isaiah Series, featuring the entire book of First John; this was a raw look at the foundation of the Gospel message. Season Three returned back to the Isaiah Series and continues to build upon each chapter. It ...
 
Let's Get Biblical Q&A"on TeNak Talk with Host Wil'liam Hall. TeNaK Talk is a LIVE video Broadcast Our goal is to have guest speakers who will be able to interact with the viewers and listeners, mostly on a Q&A format. We also have guest teachers and Authors to discuss their Books and or testimonies. All speakers are TaNaKh teachers only and will discuss topics ranging from the Hebrew Scriptures to the Christian New Testament.
 
Biblical Archaeology Audio Podcast with Jerusalem Jones AKA Dr. Kenneth Hanson.The Land of Israel is not just the “Holy Land.” It’s an archaeological mine field, full of contentious debates and controversies that touch the core of faith and identity, across religious and cultural divides. The Bible itself is at stake, along with the events it describes, from Abraham the patriarch, to Moses, to King David, to the days of the Roman empire and beyond. How much is what we might call “history,” a ...
 
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In this episode of the Biblical Languages Podcast, Kevin Grasso and Reinier de Blois discuss Biblical Hebrew Lexicography. Find show notes at https://biblingo.org/blog/biblical-hebrew-lexicography-with-reinier-de-blois/ Register for our Linguist Lab on "How to do Lexical Semantics" at https://biblingo.typeform.com/linguist-lab…
 
Have you ever wondered what the Gospel of Matthew was like before translators and theologians got hold of it? We now have documents that answer this question! And by the way, they are written in Hebrew—the language in which Matthew wrote his gospel! For hundreds of years, 28 ancient Hebrew manuscripts of Matthew have been locked away in libraries a…
 
Hebrews 1:10-12 is one of the most difficult passages for Biblical Unitarians, especially in light of its apparent designation of Jesus as the creator of the heavens and the earth. This episode offers a few suggestions on ways in which the text probably was intended to be understood by the author of Hebrews, focusing specifically on the precise wor…
 
Rivkah, Rebecca, or Rebekah is the most prominent female character in Genesis. She has her own motivations and desires, fears and insecurities. On the other hand, she's also hormonal and manipulative, so buyer beware! Support our podcast on Patreon! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Dig into ancient and new testament Prophecies we've discovered in the Feast of Tabernacles and how this festival speaks the past, our present, and the future with our Messiah. Learn more about the most joyous Biblical festival and gain insights into the context of Sukkot, the Feast of Tabernacles! Go deeper into these festivals with our articles on…
 
Somewhere along the line, we have inherited many "mistruths" about Scripture, as Dr. Brent Strawn calls them. These are conceptions that aren't completely false, but are misleading—and sometimes pose a greater threat to truth than complete falsehoods do. He discusses his latest book, Lies My Preacher Told Me, and how misconceptions have seeped thei…
 
In seminary, Dr. Cyndi Parker of Narrative of Place became frustrated with the lack of focus on understanding the lived experience of ancient people in the Bible. She decided to go to Israel for a full year to understand the physical context of the biblical world—to experience the seasons, to see when the grass grows, to feel the hot Middle Eastern…
 
Hebrews 1:6 presents some interesting interpretive issues for such a lesser-known passage. We discuss the meaning of the "world" where God led Jesus (and whether this was the first time or the second time this has occurred). We also explore the meaning of "firstborn" in the current argument between Jesus' status and that of the heavenly angels. We …
 
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In this episode of the Biblical Languages Podcast, Kevin Grasso and William Ross discuss Greek and Septuagint Lexicography. Find show notes at https://biblingo.org/blog/greek-and-septuagint-lexicography-with-william-ross/ Register for our Linguist Lab on Lexical Semantics at https://biblingo.typeform.com/linguist-lab…
 
The biblical authors portrayed the patriarch of the neighboring Edomites as an archetypical hunter-barbarian, in contrast to the more refined sedentary Jacob. Were they actually describing the desert and caravan Edomite culture or were they directing known stories onto Edom to make them look bad in a way that fits the story? Support our podcast on …
 
Does the holiest day in the Jewish calendar give us insight on the final day of Judgement? Dive in with us as we explore the past present and future prophecy that surrounds this biblical appointed day. The greatest question we have to ask ourselves, is are we ready for that day? Have you put your trust in the risen Messiah?…
 
Hebrews – A Call to Commitment: “ Better Covenant/Better Promises” Hebrews 8:6-13 Our main Idea is found in V-6 The old covenant was not intended to last; it was flawed in the fact that the law was intended to serve as our babysitter, until the coming of Christ. Gal 3:23-24 Doubts come when we have no root: Mt.13:20-21 The prophetic oracle in which…
 
There’s a hot debate amongst certain groups if Christians should celebrate these Biblical festivals given in the Torah or not. Are all these ordinances and appointed days passed away for us today? How should we look at these festivals in the light of our Messiah? We dive into this topic and share a bit of how our family uses these appointed days to…
 
Hebrews 1:5 cites two passages from the Old Testament that both speak about God becoming the Father of the Son. Some have interpreted these passages in light of the argument in the Book of Hebrews to refer to Jesus' birth, where Jesus came into existence. Others have suggested that these quotations are referring to Jesus' baptism or even his resurr…
 
In this episode of the Biblical Languages Podcast, Kevin Grasso and Malka Rappaport Hovav discuss the foundations of lexical semantics. Find show notes at https://biblingo.org/blog/foundations-of-lexical-semantics-with-malka-rappaport-hovav
 
As a Hebrew patriarch, Jacob has the privilege of meeting his maker and interacting with him. And those interactions are very different from those of his father and grandfather - he has a dream full of angels, he realizes belatedly that Yahweh is the one true god, and he fights with a person, who might himself be an angel or god himself. The Mesopo…
 
Today if you greet someone in Israel with happy feast of trumpets, they’ll look at you like you fell off the moon. Dive into this exciting theory of how this festival day not only points to the coming of the Lord in power to Mount Sinai but also the return of our King and Messiah to the mount of olives in power and Glory. It's a exciting theory tha…
 
Hebrews – A Call to Commitment: “Our Heavenly High Priest” Hebrews 8:1-6 Three Questions Define our Heavenly High Priest: 1. Who is our Heavenly High Priest? We have a High-Priest! Hebrews 7:24 “Once and for all” Hebrews 7:27 How we view Jesus is critical: Revelation 1:12-18 2. What does our Heavenly High Priest do? How does Jesus Serve: 1) He Make…
 
Why is the Book of Psalms important? How does reading the psalms as poetry help us to understand them? In this conversation, Dru Johnson talks with Chip Hardy and Matt Mullins about psalm 93 and the importance of the structure, metaphors, and wording of the psalms. They warn against reducing the poetry to a fluffy expression of an internal state (i…
 
In this episode, we explore whether the author of the Book of Hebrews teaches Wisdom Christology in the opening three verses. We give an honest listen to what other scholars are saying about this possibility, we interact with modern objections, we look at the evidence for allusions to personified wisdom, and discuss the possibility of typology as t…
 
Could it be that the Fall Biblical festivals celebrated by Jewish people around the world have amazing insight into the Return of our Messiah!? Most Christians are aware that it was on the appointed day of Passover that our Messiah was crucified, some are aware that it was the Biblical feast of First fruits that He was Resurrected and the appointed…
 
The first two Jacob stories have a similar theme: Jacob outsmarting and out-maneuvering his seconds-older twin brother Esau to get ahead of his sibling. But the differences between the two versions are even more interesting. They reveal two story-telling traditions that are ages apart and are intended for a different audience who consumes the conte…
 
Hebrews – A Call to Commitment: “The Better Covenant” Hebrews 7:20-28 The New Covenant: Jeremiah 31:31 The Main Idea is found in Hebrews 7:22 Four benefits of the Better Covenant: 1. God’s Reliable Oath (five times in 9 verses) The Old Priesthood was based on a command: Exodus 28:1 The oath is about God’s word. God’s word is powerful and reliable. …
 
When we think about the beginning of Democracy we think of Greece and Athens, but did you know the inspiration for all democracies today actually stem from the Torah? Dr. Broshi dives into how some of the key foundations our government is built on today was given by God in the Torah. If this podcast has been a blessing, consider becoming a partner …
 
As we begin our study of the Book of Hebrews, we need to identify the main actors--God and Jesus. This episode looks at the person of God, his roles, and the ways in which he interacts with his creation. We also look at Jesus, the various ways he is described, and the difficult passages involving him. Lastly, we explore how God and Jesus interact a…
 
Have you ever wondered what the Gospel of Matthew was like before translators and theologians got hold of it? We now have documents that answer this question! And by the way, they are written in Hebrew—the language in which Matthew wrote his gospel! For hundreds of years, 28 ancient Hebrew manuscripts of Matthew have been locked away in libraries a…
 
We step out of the biblical narrative for this new series that will dive into the history, culture and politics of other places around the world, during the events depicted in the bible. We walk through the biblical timeline from the creation through the 1800 BCEs from the Mesopotamian perspective. This change of point of view reveals the impact Me…
 
Hebrews – A Call to Commitment: “The Better Hope” Hebrews 7:11-19 Look at V-19 for our Main Idea! This better hope is about Jesus our High Priest: Hebrews 6:18b-20 Compare and Contrast the two Priesthoods: 1. The Ineffective Priesthood: Levitical He resumes his thoughts on Psalm 110:4; quotes in v. 17. The Law was temporary: Galatians 3:23-24 We ar…
 
Many Christians have extolled the “Proverbs 31 woman,” but that proverb must be read in the context of the others, or we might miss what it is really about. Dr. Dominick Hernandez says people cannot skip the poetic sections of the Bible and still claim to value Scripture. In this conversation, Dr. Hernandez and Dru Johnson dive into the book of Pro…
 
The Taliban blitz shocked the world as the Afghan army crumbled city by city leading to the fall of Kabul and the official rise of the new Radical Government. But while many are aware of the brutality of the Taliban, most are unaware of the growing underground church in Afghanistan and the plight they face under this new reality. We share some test…
 
This episode explores the history, language, and persons involved in the transmission of the Johannine Comma, which is the textual corruption of 1 John 5:7-8 that mentions the oneness of the Father, the Word, and the Holy Spirit. The facts presented are organized into ten points. Please consider supporting this Podcast and future projects by donati…
 
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