Day 1 | Genesis 1:1

 Read the table from right to left starting at verse 1. בראשית, pronounced “Baresheet” is a phrase composed of three parts ב + ראש + ית, in heading. The ב is a prefix meaning “in” and makes the “ba” or “be” sound. ראש is a base word meaning head, pronounced “Raesh” or simply “Resh” The suffix, ית is what is called a diminutive, meaning it reduces the weight, size, or…

January 12, 2019
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Need To Know

You should familiarize yourself with the Hebrew Alephbet (alphabet) before attempting to translate scripture. You may study and access the Hebrew charts and tables available here before beginning. Hebrew is read from right to left. That’s this way! Throughout the book, you’ll see a thing I call “phrase parts” (that’s not the technical term 😉). They will be color-coded like this… These are the four parts that Hebrew phrases can…

January 12, 2019
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Biblical Hebrew For Regular People | Introduction

January 12, 2019

Two Birds One Stone is a series of lessons intended for regular people of all ages to learn to read, understand, translate and interpret Ancient Biblical Hebrew. Lessons are provided in workbooks, children’s books, and videos, as well as online and mobile apps. Each lesson gives learners a great deal of knowledge, yet it is easily digestible and takes only a short time to complete. All Two Birds One Stone…

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Ancient Biblical Hebrew For Beginners

January 12, 2019

Ancient Biblical Hebrew is unlike modern languages. Mainly, its foundation is in photographic or hieroglyphic languages of ancient cultures such as Egyptian and other Canaanite and Semitic languages. By understanding the pictographs, we can get a more complete picture of the letters and words which are based on them. The idea is that Old Testament manuscripts out-date modern script and interpretation. This implies that we must go back in time…

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