Welcome to your Hebrew Verses lessons reading through Romans! You're probably wondering, why bother reading a translation of Romans into Hebrew, when I could read a translation into English way faster, and then have more time for Netflix? Watch the first lesson for my answer to that. It's worth it, trust me. And it's free!
~Yes there's one Torah for all, but which laws apply to which people?
~Translating "torah" as law is misleading, but here's why it happens
~"Holy TONGUE Institute" would be technically right, but just wrong
~The law is about waaaay more than just showing you how bad you are!
~James used the metaphor of Torah as mirror...there are two sides to that.
~What does "Neither Jew nor Gentile in Christ" mean? No more Jewish people?
~How can the Zionist movement and state of Israel be of God when they're secular?
~Who were the sons of Belial? Who the heck was Belial anyway?
~Why does every single translation phrase "may it never be" differently?
~Why does Scripture say that God is justified? Did he do something wrong?
~A rant about end-times hype versus the fundamentals of discipleship
~How justification by faith changed Izzy's grandfather's life
~"Understanding" this Hebrew word will make your relationships waaay better
~The first time praise is mentioned it's men talking about a gorgeous woman
~Example of the difference between Delitzsch and Salkinson's NT translations
~"Sons of man" is actually gender-inclusive in Hebrew
~Shalom means payback!
~Paul wasn't a racist, but he acknowledged a Jew/Gentile distinction
~You were created with a craving for glory, and that craving is good
~The Hebrew word for rebellious means bitter, negative, reactionary
~Was Paul a racist for saying "for the Jew first"?
~Mashiach means priest or king
~Save means rescue, give victory, make you win
~Jew comes from the verb to thank and praise God
~Elephant in the room: why read the New Testament in Hebrew?
~Saul's name wasn't changed to Paul
~Calling Gentiles "saints" was a Jewish bombshell
~You can't love someone you're not listening to
~The Hebrew phrases for abunch of things