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Hebrew Podcasts makes learning to speak conversational Hebrew practical and enjoyable. Each lesson covers a topic with a Hebrew dialog that is explained in detail. Each Hebrew lesson is enhanced by a lesson guide that provides further information. The guide includes a full transcript, translation, explanations, additional examples, and exercises.
 
Learn Hebrew with Free Podcasts Whether you are student or a seasoned speaker, our lessons offer something for everyone. We incorporate culture and current issues into each episode to give the most informative, both linguistically and culturally, podcasts possible. For those of you with just the plane ride to prepare, check our survival phrase series at HebrewPod101.com. One of these phrases just might turn your trip into the best one ever!
 
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Ancient Language Institute

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Join the hosts of New Humanists and founders of the Ancient Language Institute, Jonathan Roberts and Ryan Hammill, on their quest to discover what a renewed humanism looks like for the modern world. The Ancient Language Institute is an online language school and think tank, dedicated to changing the way ancient languages are taught.
 
Learn Hebrew with Free Podcasts Whether you are student or a seasoned speaker, our lessons offer something for everyone. We incorporate culture and current issues into each episode to give the most informative, both linguistically and culturally, podcasts possible. For those of you with just the plane ride to prepare, check our survival phrase series at HebrewPod101.com. One of these phrases just might turn your trip into the best one ever!
 
What if you could get closer to Yeshua of Nazareth by learning about the Hebrew language and the Jewish context of the Bible? I think you can, and so does our global tribe! Shalom, I'm Izzy, the founder of Holy Language Institute. We're a Messianic Jewish ministry with thousands of students in over a hundred countries. We love the Bible and offer spiritual experiences in Hebrew, the language of the Torah/Old Testament. If our focus on following Yeshua in a Hebrew way resonates with you I inv ...
 
Tired of cliche teachings on the same Old Testament verses? Curious about how these seemingly odd or offensive stories fit in the Christian narrative? Fascinated by the Hebrew Bible but want to dig deeper into the language, culture, and history of why these ancient stories are so important? Then this podcast is for you! Matthew is a Hebrew language expert and engaging communicator with a pastor’s heart. Each conversation brings the narrative of the Hebrew Bible alive and gives practical insi ...
 
Learn Hebrew Pod - The first conversational Hebrew course by podcasts. Learn to speak conversational Hebrew the way it is spoken in Israel. Practice your Hebrew pronunciation and accent while expanding your vocabulary and conversational skills with sabra native Israeli teachers. Suitable for all levels
 
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 ...
 
'Speak Hebrew – love Israel?' will share some of my students stories and motivations for learning modern Hebrew, and their feelings towards the Israeli state. We will question - * Can we learn Hebrew in a non-political setting, as just a language?? * What part does love towards Israel/the Jewish people play in my student’s will to learn Hebrew? * And if so - have they also been brainwashed about Israel? just as I was when I was young? * Why would anyone want to learn IVRIT, my language, a be ...
 
I hope you see Yeshua of Nazareth, and learn more about the Hebrew context of the Bible and the Jewish roots of the Christian faith, through these teachings. I preached these Shabbat sermons to my Messianic congregation live over the course of several years, and they're now hosted by my Hebrew school at holylanguage.com. If you appreciate these talks please subscribe, leave a positive review, and check out the perks of membership at holylanguage.com.
 
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Exegetical Tools

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Welcome to Tool Talk from Exegetical Tools, where we discuss sound practices and solid resources for students of the Scriptures. Host Travis Montgomery sits down (or rings up) pastors, scholars, and students to ask them about tools they're using to study the Bible, exegetical and theological issues they're currently engaging, and Scriptures that are ministering to their hearts.For more great resources, check out exegeticaltools.com or follow ET on social media (@exegeticaltools).
 
Welcome to the Sayeret lambda group monthly podcast, covering programming language news, commentary and interviews with Lambda speakers! The podcast is hosted by Ronen Narkis and Yardena Meymann. The podcast is in Hebrew, interviews will be usually in English
 
It's been said that people don't want to know: 1) how sausages are made, 2) how bibles are translated. In this podcast we bravely talk about the latter, go deep into biblical studies, and seek to treasure and understand the Bible together. It's for people who want to get nerdy about Scripture and for those who want to understand how their translations came to be. Everything from history to Hebrew, we're on a quest to learn more and make beautiful translations of God's Word. We believe the Bi ...
 
“Exegetically Speaking” is a weekly podcast of the friends and faculty of Wheaton College, IL and the Lanier Theological Library. Hosted by Dr. David Capes, former Dean of the School of Biblical & Theological Studies and Professor of New Testament, it features language experts discussing the importance of learning the biblical languages—Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek—and showing how reading the Bible in the original “pays off.” Each podcast lasts between seven and eleven minutes and covers a dif ...
 
Polly Lingual is a comprehensive foreign-language education solution combining interactive mastery lessons and live tutors. The languages we currently offer are Spanish, Chinese (Mandarin), English, French, Arabic, German, Italian, Portuguese, Hebrew, Japanese, Korean, Russian and Dutch.
 
Torah is one of the most profound sources of wisdom available to us. In this podcast, Jewish leaders from around the world read essays from Hebrew College faculty and rabbinical alumni about how Torah can help us navigate the most pressing issues of our time. Together, we explore the ways Torah can help us approach the world with creativity, healing, and hope. Find out more at hebrewcollege.edu/podcast.
 
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In this episode of the Biblical Languages Podcast, Kevin Grasso interviews Keren Dubnov on the semantics of locative verbs in biblical Hebrew. Find show notes at https://biblingo.org/blog/biblical-hebrew-word-study-with-keren-dubnov/ Register for our Linguist Lab on "How to do Lexical Semantics" at https://biblingo.typeform.com/linguist-lab…
 
Have you ever heard anyone say that God chose to write the NT in Greek because it’s such an incredibly precise language? I’ve heard plenty of people make this claim, including pastors and professors of Greek exalting it as having an almost supernatural precision. Can this be true, or is Greek just a language like every other language, with its own …
 
In this episode we'll introduce you to the Holy Spirit and the fellowship of Messiah, why we need the Spirit, and God’s design to help us. The Holy Spirit is here to help us follow God and empowers us to overcome sin and shine the Light of God to the world. Learn more and dig deeper into this foundational faith series. Or use this series as a small…
 
Episode: The prospect of stoning a rebellious son or adulterer, or turning over an unorthodox brother or sister for execution is revolting. But how should a Jewish or Christian believer […] The post Caryn Reeder – Family Violence in the Bible first appeared on OnScript.By Matthew Bates, Matthew Lynch, Erin Heim, Dru Johnson, Amy Brown Hughes, & Chris Tilling
 
In this episode of the Biblical Languages Podcast, Kevin Grasso and Nick Messmer discuss the importance of data, common fallacies, and objections to lexical semantics. Find show notes at https://biblingo.org/blog/data-fallacies-and-objections-lexical-semantics/ Register for our Linguist Lab on "How to do Lexical Semantics" at https://biblingo.typef…
 
How do you say “have a great day” in Hebrew? In English it’s so easy, but in Hebrew you have to take into account a few different things, like the gender of what you’re wishing. Guy Sharett teaches us some useful formulas, and tells us a story about an interesting wedding that didn’t end like it started… Listen to the All-Hebrew Episode on Patreon …
 
This week we discuss sanctification. We also discuss whether sanctification is gendered. Support Theology Gals monthly through Patreon Support Theology Gals with a one time donation through PayPal Theology Gals merch Theology Gals Journals Episode Resourses: More Alike Than Different What is sanctification? https://www.wscal.edu/blog/basics-of-the-…
 
Dr. Amy Whisenand Krall is Assistant Professor and Assistant Program Director of Biblical & Theological Studies at Fresno Pacific University. Her doctoral research (Duke Divinity School) was in New Testament with an emphasis on theology and music. In this conversation with David Capes she recalls that as a middle-schooler she learned Greek from her…
 
Shakespeare’s Roman trilogy reaches a climax in The Tragedy of Antony and Cleopatra, a love- and wine-drenched account of Octavius Caesar’s defeat of Mark Antony and Cleopatra, and his consolidation of power over the nascent Roman Empire. The play is punctuated by bountiful allusions to Virgil's Aeneid. But besides the haunting downfall of the play…
 
Kevin Grasso and Nick Messmer have pioneered a unique online platform for learning biblical languages, namely Biblingo. It incorporates methods and tools from second-language application theory, pedagogy and more besides. In this episode, Chris Tilling chats with Kevin, who has been on OnScript before to talk about his essay on the so-called πίστις…
 
In this episode of the Biblical Languages Podcast, Kevin Grasso and Nick Messmer discuss how to do lexical semantics to determine the meaning of biblical Greek words by looking at specific examples. Find show notes at https://biblingo.org/blog/how-to-know-what-biblical-greek-words-mean/ Register for our Linguist Lab on "How to do Lexical Semantics"…
 
Yeshua’s model of "the Lord's Prayer" is not a chant from a book to read, but a STRUCTURE of prayer to God. Discover the principals of relationship and power, in the practice of prayer. And it’s not one sided, God desires to speak to us, and His Holy Spirit teaches us how to pray. Learn more and dig deeper into this foundational faith series. Or us…
 
After the US has offered Indonesia an increase of aid by up to $2 billion if it normalised ties with Israel, the question of normalisation with Israel remains. But what do Indonesians think about it, and how are Indonesians divided about this issue? Join a conversation with Gilang Lukman, the first Indonesian to study MA in Middle East in Oxford Un…
 
Does it make sense to dedicate an entire podcast episode to… nothing? Yes, yes it does! The word כלום, which means “nothing,” often comes in the form of a double negative. Guy explains. As part of our podcast’s 8th birthday celebrations, we are giving all Streetwise Hebrew podcast listeners $50 USD towards Ruben Adery’s full Hebrew pronunciation co…
 
Leading diverse progressive Judaism around the globe.Born in Buenos Aires in 1962, Rabbi Bergman holds a Bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry and Pharmaceutics from the University of Buenos Aires, and three Master’s degrees: in Education from The Hebrew University, in Hebrew Letters from Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion, Jerusalem, …
 
Matthew Norton is an alum of Wheaton College’s Classical Languages major and its MA in Biblical Exegesis. He is presently enrolled in the School of Medicine at Louisiana State University Health Shreveport. His journey with the classical languages took him from high school through college until he determined that he would serve through a career in m…
 
My guest in this episode, Dr. Jeannine Brown, has taught at Bethel Seminary for over 20 years in the areas of New Testament, hermeneutics, and integration. Her many books include Scripture as Communication, Becoming Whole and Holy, and several commentaries on Matthew. She has also published numerous journal articles and book essays on the Gospels, …
 
Life can be difficult, and there's many things in scripture and in the events of our own life that are difficult to understand. But when we understand God's perspective and priorities it helps us see life and God's purpose with a clearer view. How did your faith change your worldview? Let us know in the comments! Learn more and dig deeper into this…
 
Dru Johnson discusses Matt's recent book Portraying Violence in the Hebrew Bible. Matt discusses ways that the Old Testament depicts the problem of violence, some of the surprising ways that biblical writers portray violence, and ways that the Old Testament challenges modern ideas about violence. Also listen to Matt fail miserably in the speed roun…
 
Every so often, Israeli tax authorities launch a public campaign targeting tax evaders. So how do we say in Hebrew evaders, evade, evasion, and other goodies from root עלמ in the hif’il verb format? Guy explains. As part of our podcast’s 8th birthday celebrations, we are giving all Streetwise Hebrew podcast listeners $50 USD towards Ruben Adery’s f…
 
We take a short break from focusing on the Hebrew Bible to have a great conversation with Dr. Jeff Voth about his new book about one of the greatest influencers of the last century: C.S. Lewis!"Why Lewis?: Seven Reasons Why C. S. Lewis is the Second Most Influential Author in Modern Christian History" by Dr. Jeff Voth.Dr. Voth is a Professor of Pra…
 
Dr. Ray Van Neste is dean of the School of Theology & Missions and Professor of Biblical Studies at Union University. He has written Cohesion and Structure in the Pastoral Epistles (T&T Clark, 2005) along with many other essays and edited volumes. He recalls what first excited him about learning Greek and then reflects on what Paul’s language in 2 …
 
The hothouse of prewar Vienna played host to an unprecedented concentration of genius which eventually gave birth to modernism. Present on the scene was a young Eric Voegelin. Late in his career Voegelin wrote an essay “On Classical Studies,” in which he explained what the discipline of Classics is, the difference between classical and modern accou…
 
Ever wanted to study the scriptures like the Berean? Dr. Postell dives into a new course we're offering online in English where we will dive into the Messiah in the Hebrew Bible, and find the roots to which the New Testament authors interpreted and quoted the Torah and Prophets. This Masters level course starts October 6 - December 15, every Wednes…
 
In this episode of the Biblical Languages Podcast, Kevin Grasso talks with Nijay Gupta about his work on the Greek word πίστις. Find show notes at https://biblingo.org/blog/biblical-greek-word-study-with-nijay-gupta/ Register for our Linguist Lab on "How to do Lexical Semantics" at https://biblingo.typeform.com/linguist-lab…
 
The Jewish Labor Committee’s rescue of European Jews and labor leaders in World War II.Catherine Collomp is Emerita professor at Université de Paris (formerly Université Paris-Diderot), France. A specialist of American history, she has taught at Université Paris XII Créteil (1985-1998) and Université Paris-Diderot ( 1998- 2008) where she specialize…
 
The word נעלם means ‘disappeared’ or ‘is missing.’ In hitpael, the meaning becomes ‘to ignore,’ useful when you need to ignore someone, some thing, or more specifically in our case, dogs. We’ll also cover what to do when you accidentally send someone a text message meant for someone else entirely. As part of our podcast’s 8th birthday celebrations,…
 
Dr. Daniel J. Treier is the Gunther H. Knoedler Professor of Theology at Wheaton Graduate School. He has authored numerous books and articles, including the award-winning Introducing Evangelical Theology. He has written a commentary on Proverbs & Ecclesiastes (Brazos, 2015), is starting another on Philippians, and is presently working on Lord Jesus…
 
If you’re like me, you have a mixed relationship with study bibles. Once in a while they can give you a jolt of amazing insight or new understanding, but many times you find the notes redundant, useless, painfully obvious, filler fluff, or just simply irrelevant. Our tendency as readers is to ignore these problems and assume that the “professionals…
 
Khalil Andani is an Assistant Professor of Religion at Augustana College and holds a Ph.D. In Islamic Studies from Harvard University. Professor Andani’s dissertation “Revelation in Islam: Qur’anic, Sunni, and Shi‘i Ismaili Perspectives” won the 2020 Best PhD Dissertation of the Year Award from the Foundation for Iranian Studies. In this episode of…
 
Scot McKnight and Hans Boersma have a spirited exchange in their Five Things books--and it becomes even more lively as they extend the conversation for OnScript. After a drink or two, where would the theologian Boersma still want to press the biblical scholar McKnight? A wide-ranging dialogue on the proper interfacing of Scripture, tradition, and p…
 
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…
 
The Hebrew word נעלם means ‘disappeared’ or ‘is missing,’ and in order to use it in different contexts, you’ll need to know how to conjugate it. Also, what can science tell us about creating a real cloak of invisibility? Please don’t disappear on us! As part of our podcast’s 8th birthday celebrations, we are giving all Streetwise Hebrew podcast lis…
 
This week we talk with Matthew Barrett about his book, Simply Trinity: The Unmanipulated Father, Son, and Spirit. Support Theology Gals monthly through Patreon Support Theology Gals witt a one time donation through PayPal Theology Gals merch Theology Gals Journals Episode Resourses: Simply Trinity: The Unmanipulated Father, Son, and Spirit by Matth…
 
Dr. Chris Dost is a biblical scholar, language expert, and pastor. He has a gift for discussing incredibly complicated (but important!) topics in Biblical scholarship in a clear way without sacrificing depth. Our conversation covers a number of topics: languages, Targums, BHQ (the newest immense project of comparing Hebrew and translation language …
 
Dr. Jeremiah Coogan is an alumnus of Wheaton College’s Classical Languages major. He earned his Ph.D. at the University of Notre Dame. His work there, soon to be published by Oxford University Press, focused on Eusebius of Caesarea’s fourth-century reconfiguration of the Gospels as a window into broader questions of technology and textuality in ear…
 
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…
 
As we saw last time, translation into sign language is a significant need, and it’s often misunderstood or overlooked when people think about Bible translation. In this episode I want to introduce you to a team currently working on a sign language version of the NT in Spain. In order to hear from the team members who only communicate with sign lang…
 
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