A Little Hebrew
Dr. Ken Holcombe
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As I stated in my first book, “Some amazing things begin to happen when we return to the original Hebrew words for people and places we are familiar with as Christians.”
“The Coming of Mashiach”
This book is actually the second in a series. The first book can be obtained from iTunes, but section 1 of chapter one of this book is a summary of the first book for those who aren’t going to stop and read the first book. My approach to learning Hebrew is to learn it in context instead of trying to learn the whole language all at once. I have tried several times to learn Hebrew by taking a course. I would dutifully print the Hebrew letters from right to left like a child but it’s too much for me. If Hebrew is written with the Latin alphabet, I can learn and deal with that. I learn one word at a time by reading it in context and, if necessary, researching the meaning of the word. The obvious question is, “Is this effort going to reap benefits I will gain from?” For me, the answer is an absolute yes. I have learned that most adults learn what they need to know at a particular point in their life. Hebrew is not just another language and Israel is not just another country. To learn the differences requires some study.The intro media is presented to demonstrate the challenge of reconciling opposing views.
What's New in Version 1.3
The publisher name was changed from iTunes to Kenneth I Holcombe
A Little Hebrew
Learn Hebrew one word at a time. The debate video in chapter one is explained by Dr. Holcombe in a laymans terms that even I could understand. Dr Holcombe has reviewed and explained 312 Hebrew words for those of us interested in learning about the meaning and use of the Hebrew words. I enjoyed learning the English to Hebrew translation of words used everyday. I highly recommend this book for those interested in the Hebrew language and how it relates to all religions.