In our present day, we have certainly witnessed an unprecedented increase in knowledge which has been enabled by the worldwide internet. Although vast amounts of lies, deceptions and perversions freely flow through this conduit, we also see the opportunity for the unrestricted movement of the Truth of God's Word, and the ability to tap into sources of study that were heretofore unattainable for most.
For the benefit of our students, we have provided here a wide assortment of links and tools that will give you many ways to explore and study the Hebraic roots of our faith. With each link cited we have provided a brief description of the site to help you to understand what to expect from it.
While we believe all links to be useful and appropriate to this study, we have not explored the full depth of every site and cannot unconditionally endorse all content.
Headed by Dr. John Garr, The Restoration Foundation, as it's name implies, is dedicated to the restoration of the Hebraic Roots as essential to the rebuilding and restrengthening of the Christian faith. The work of this Foundation, which is excellent in it's content, is very scholarly, and may prove difficult for some readers to follow.
Without a doubt the best "daily devotional" ever written. Although this book by Oswald Chambers is widely referred to as a daily devotional, that description really obscures the true power and content of this book. If you truly want to develop a relationship with the Lord on His terms and not on man's, then this is the book to read (over and over again).
A great source for finding the roots of modern English words dating back as much as 2000 years. Etymologies are not definitions; they're explanations of what our words meant, what their origins were, and how they sounded 600 or 2,000 years ago.
This outstanding reference source offers you 25 different Bible translations to choose from for side-by-side comparisons of selected verses (parallel Bible), and also offers over 100 source documents in english, Greek and Hebrew for further study
First Fruits of Zion (FFOZ) is an educational ministry dedicated to proclaiming the Torah and its way of life, fully centered on Messiah, to today's people of God.
"But you, Daniel, shut up the words, and seal the book until the time of the end; many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall increase." Daniel 12:4
Assembled by Pastor John Hagee in 2006, Christians United for Israel is the largest group of it's kind focused on concentrating Christian support and prayer on the nation of Israel, and determined to stand by her in her struggle to survive.
Congregation of the Children of the King is the English version of the Hebrew name. This is an excellent Hebraic site offering many resources and many more links.
Provides a Bet Midrash (house of study) offering basic information about the Hebrew alphabet and Biblical Hebrew grammar so that you can better understand the Bible from an Hebraic point of view
Praise Him, sun and moon; Praise Him, all you stars of light! He also established them forever and ever. He made a decree which shall
not pass away.