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This edition of the Scriptures, while attempting to be an accurate translation, seeks at the and editions of the ISR “Scriptures” toward this end. Welcome to the online version of The Scriptures, a relatively new translation published by the Institute for Scripture Research. Although this organization is not . Hebraic Roots Scripture tailamephyli.ml Book of Enoch - Restored tailamephyli.ml The Scriptures ( Edition), FREE DOWNLOADS for Bible Programs.
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Kiriat-Sefer 25 Williamson Hoke, K. Completely unimodal numberings of a simple polytope. Discrete Appl. The Added Dimension. Witztum, D. There are several free programs such as e-Sword that help in studying the Scriptures. I recommend starting at The Scriptures for links to download the various programs and downloads for eReaders. Other modules can be added, such as commentaries, dictionaries, and other translations. There is an excellent discussion on translations at Unlearn's Facebook page.
Authorship of the Bible
A good printed copy will be a great comfort in the short years to come. The Aibreet language is a deep language, and even fully understanding the Scriptures requires prayer, quiet time, and meditation. Many see there are four levels of interpretation, which has been called PaRDeS interpretation. These four levels meanings are called: P'shat Parshat - peh-shaht' "simple" - understanding its plain meaning within it historical and cultural setting.
Still, based on context and usage, the meaning could be figurative, symbolic, or allegorical. Remez - reh-mez' "hint" - discerning another meaning to the text an implied meaning. There could be multiple levels of meanings. This is letting the scriptures interpret itself, and not contradict any meanings. Sud - sood "hidden" - understanding the hidden or secret meaning of the text.
An example is Rev. Please also see wiki's Pardes. A good way to understand the Scriptures is to learn the Aibreet or eastern mindset, which is in contrast to the Greek or western mindset.
After all, the Aibreem wrote under both inspiration and their writings reflected the eastern culture their lifestyle.
WHAT is the difference and does it really matter? Both of these cultures view their surroundings, lives, and purpose in ways which would seem foreign to the other. All five of the senses are used when speaking and hearing and writing and reading the Hebrew language.
An example of this can be found in Psa ; "He is like a tree planted by streams of water, which yields its fruit in season, and whose leaf does not wither". In this passage we have concrete words expressing abstract thoughts, such as a tree one who is upright, righteous guarding Torah , streams of water favor, blessing and cleansing , fruit good character and works and a unwithered leaf blessing and prosperity.
Abstract thought Greek is the expression of concepts and ideas in ways that can not be seen, touched, smelled, tasted or heard. The Greek thought is selfish and about self, whereas the Hebrew thought is selfless and NOT about self. Greek thought would be the following description of a common pen: "it is black and about 6 inches long". A Hebrew description of the pen would be related to its function such as "I write words with it".Book of Enoch - Restored Name.
Another example of Eastern action compared to Western abstract thought is in the Ahayran Blessing recorded in B'medbayr Numbers The Scriptures are, after all, those words which were originally breathed out by the very Creator Himself. Ray Gannon, Dr. Institute for Scripture Research. Our position has NOT changed.
But surely He has many Names, one may ask?