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Found in Translation - 52 Hebrew Words To Enrich Your Bible Reading

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Found in Translation - 52 Hebrew Words To Enrich Your Bible Reading

Found in Translation takes a close look at the original meanings and contexts of Hebrew words to offer profound inspirational reflections that encourage a deeper understanding of Scripture. Many Hebrew words have multiple meanings and most Bible translators often select one meaning, usually an English word that best reflects that reference. Written in short, inspirational style, this book explores all the meanings of fifty-two Hebrew words for an enriched, deeper, and uniquely personal understanding of Scripture.

ISBN: 9781945470172
Release Date: October 3, 2017
Author: Museum of the Bible
Format: Trade Cloth
Pages: 224


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  • 5
    Deepens my Bible reading

    Posted by Lisa on 14th Apr 2022

    I have been studying Hebrew with some friends for a little while, but only scratching the surface so far. I enjoy that each entry of this book is short and concise, not overwhelming, complicated or technical. It does, however, help me understand the gap between my modern, western culture and the ancient eastern culture of the Old Testament. Knowing that keeps me humble in my reading and eager to study deeper. I highly recommend this book as an introduction to the language and culture of the Old Testament and an "appetizer" for feasting on the Hebrew language.