The letters have positive and negative poles


yahaloma: cont'd-wandadawg: the root for wickedness tends to imply one who is insolent, calloused to knowingly go against G-d's moral code. Ultimately He says they are both as worthless. And wont stand against judgement, nor even be in the assembly of righteous. Aug 13, 2015 15:16:49 GMT -5
yahaloma: My question is, why do the words such as "b'torat" and "ba-meshphat" use different letters (tav, tet) for the sound of "t"? Does is more have to do with the original word-picture letter? Is that a "duh"! type question? :D Aug 13, 2015 15:55:14 GMT -5
paulz: Tz sound of the last letter in the Hebrew TSV has a meaning of completion, finality this is quite different from the T. It is not just the sound as in english but what meaning the letter contributes to the words meaning. Aug 13, 2015 23:25:17 GMT -5
paulz: How do I start a forum on The Commandments Revisited Through Ancient Hebrew Eyes Aug 13, 2015 23:27:25 GMT -5
paulz: Struggling to translate so far I found many differences from the traditional translations. Aug 13, 2015 23:32:41 GMT -5
Seeker of the Truth: Yahaloma: In Ancient Hebrew (and its sister language, Arabic), the Tav (Taw) was a regular "t" sound. The Tet, on the other hand, is an emphatic "t," which is harder than the regular "t" or Taw. Aug 14, 2015 0:44:22 GMT -5 *
Seeker of the Truth: Paulz: You may go here: You should see Create a Free Forum! on the right side of the page. Aug 14, 2015 0:45:49 GMT -5
paulz: Thanks Aug 14, 2015 22:36:45 GMT -5
paulz: Let me bounce this off you: Exodus 12:15 SEVEN DAYS of UNLEVENED BREAD - You will surley eat unlevened bread in the day. First, cease making all leaven in the house, given that you will only eat leavened bread until the seventh day. Whoever does not do t Aug 14, 2015 22:40:19 GMT -5
paulz: Whoever does not do this is Seprated from being in Yisrra'el from that first day until day the seventh day. Aug 14, 2015 22:41:19 GMT -5
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russ: The God of the bible known as YHWH IS the Canaanite high God El... just worshiped differently.. all the other gods you know mentioned in the bible were his elohim... Marduk and Baal... they were all the elohim of El in ancient mythology... they were in the Sept 7, 2015 0:36:13 GMT -5
russ: Someone stated the above to me and I was wondering of the truth to it and if not how to respond to this guy. Can anyone assist? Sept 7, 2015 0:36:55 GMT -5
danblack: hello russ .... you ask a good question ... if you would like a response, post your question more formally in one of the boards above, preferably the "hebrew bible" board. Sept 8, 2015 15:34:23 GMT -5
mrrhee: Does anyone know what this vowel is? It won't copy, so I'll describe it. It's a vertical line on the left-side of a Qamets. I first encountered it in the text of Job 37:18, the last word in the Hebrew text, mutsaq. Genesis 2:1, last word. Sept 15, 2015 22:45:01 GMT -5
pauljab: I am looking to put some Hebrew letters in my HTML website newsletters. I have found the page where I can download the fonts to use on my computer and in Microsoft Word, but how do I get Hebrew fonts to work in my HTML documents Sept 20, 2015 20:51:58 GMT -5
MattD: : check this out Paul: Oct 2, 2015 8:18:10 GMT -5
MattD: : whenever you see the Qamets vowel mark you should assume that it is pronounced 'ah'. However, sometimes, a vertical mark(called a Meteg mark} appears just to the left of the Qamets to indicate that it is an open syllable pronounced 'ah' not 'o'. Oct 2, 2015 8:24:09 GMT -5