Is there any, for lack of better words, empire languages that does not have a high and common script? Or if no differentiation of script, is there an empire language that does not have high and common speech, like Attic Greek and Koine Greek?
Jesus/Yehoshua is My Lord/Adon אַנִי יְהוּדִי יְהוֹשֻׁעַ הָמַשִׁיחַ אַדוֹנִי אוֹתִי
I apologize for starting a conversation and not following up quickly. An 'Empire' language would be 'Greek', 'Chaldean', 'Spanish', 'English' and so forth. They all had 'Empires'. The Hebrew word תֵבֵל (Tay-bayl, as the 'table' you eat off of, that is kind of funny when I think about it) comes from the same word as 'Jubilee'. It is a type of flow. Psalm 96, 97 and 98 have it translated in my KJV as 'world'.
I used to work for all (not at the same time) five kingdoms in Psalm 87. Rahab, Philistia, Cush, Babylon and Tyre. The heads of these kingdoms call themselves "The Black Hand of God". And yes, I thought I was going to die when I started laughing at that, quite disrespectful of myself. Anyways, every generation has an 'Empire'. Our Generation is quite unique. I digress.
There is 'Kings English', 'Castilian Spanish' and 'Attic Greek' as examples. I was pointing to the 'fact' that after the fall of the 'Tower of Babel' ALL the scripts at that time had something in common. When we read the New Testament we find a 'Babe', 'Child', 'Young Man' and a 'Father' in the maturity process. The Carnal minded person is still a babe. Romans 8:1-15 describes that process a little. Pictographs, aka Paleo Hebrew, was originally written as such for the believer to "Cross-Over" into the 'Spiritual Mindedness', best described as 'Selflessness'. "No greater love than this, than a man who lays down his life for his friends". Biblical Love is the process or conduit into selflessness. 1 Peter 3:21 tells us of the 'baptism of conscience' (to perceive with knowledge).
My Critter (that is what I call the great dragon) has been pressing me lately, so my response time is going to be wanting. I hope that doesn't confuse anyone. When you read Genesis 15:12-16 scripture calls him 'horror of great darkness'. He is quite the hoot somedays. Somedays he won't let go of my foot, lol.
chilkyah: thrue delve, scrutiny,inquisition pesitently, i receive discernment that the name jesus = iesus = id est sus = this is zeus. This conclusion relates to the fact the chiristianism was diffused in latia language, that is latin and neing this, in acts 14:12
Nov 11, 2014 13:38:50 GMT -5
chilkyah: ( sorry the word is persistently ). Barnabas they called zeus and Shaul they called Appolos, concording with the fatc that zeus is the gos of heven, thunder, god of all gods, and god crator of all mankind.
Nov 11, 2014 13:41:59 GMT -5
chilkyah: shallowm shabbat riachem, please enlight ragard "DOGS" why are they so despised by hebrews.
Nov 21, 2014 12:38:10 GMT -5
magnusolu: please draw MS for me in Ancient Hebrew
Nov 22, 2014 11:50:07 GMT -5
doctorate: shalom everybody!
Nov 26, 2014 6:57:37 GMT -5
doctorate: I am from Iraq, mother tongue is Arabic, I want some advises on learning Hebrew to read the Bible
Nov 26, 2014 6:58:48 GMT -5
doctorate: Which rout would be easier for me to start with Hebrew via Arabic (I noticed much similarity) or Hebrew via English? How long does it take to start decipher what in the Bible? Would Hebrew help decipher Greek of the NT or is as good as Hebrew via English?
Nov 26, 2014 7:17:35 GMT -5
zecheriyah: To all of the above posters, I recommend opening a thread should you want to receive responses. Shalom.
Nov 26, 2014 12:17:31 GMT -5
joehoffmann: Jeff discussed man being the tinder in the fire, (http://www.ancient-hebrew.org/12_fire.html). I'm trying to follow "fire" or esh through the scriptures and I'm having a hard time finding a concurrence that man is tinder. Any answers?
Nov 27, 2014 10:03:44 GMT -5
Seeker of the Truth: Jeff is perhaps describing the similarity between the Hebrew word אש esh "fire" and the word איש ish "man." Jeff says that they come from the same parent root, אש ash.
Nov 27, 2014 23:40:38 GMT -5
doctorate: the same canon of King James Version
Nov 28, 2014 13:47:47 GMT -5
entte: i'm new here (also quite new to a forum like this) and want to introduce myself, but am not sure how all this works. Is this "shout box" where i am supposed to introduce myself and if yes, is this also the place to ask a question?
Dec 1, 2014 13:30:08 GMT -5
entte: ok, found the place i'm supposed to introduce myself...
Dec 1, 2014 13:35:06 GMT -5