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Postby Ish » Fri May 19, 2017 2:39 am

I've been interested in Hebrew and Aramaic ever since I started to become a believer. I love studying the Word in its original languages so much more than translations because I just feel that the statement "reading a Bible translation is like kissing the bride through a veil", is so spot on.

But for many years I've observed that Hebrew and Aramaic seem to be the source for many words and alphabets in several languages, and I've recently wrote a book about it and wish to share it to you if in case some of you might be interested in ordering it.…/hebrew-an…/ebook/product-23189050.html…/hebre…/paperback/product-23189071.html

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Re: Introduction

Postby Kirk Lowery » Fri May 19, 2017 8:27 am

Welcome to B-Hebrew, Ish!

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