by Che Rogers 4 years ago
Hebrews never had a j in their alphabet until the 17th century where does the name Jesus come from?Thus includes the term Jew also.
by Jeff Berndt 8 years ago
For example, there's a prescriptive rule that older or more conservative English grammarians love: "do not split infinitives."But we love to split infinitives in English. We love to boldly go where no one has gone before, to bravely charge into the breach, to pompously correct each...
by Deborah Sexton 8 years ago
This is for those who are interested in learning about the Hebrew letters:The Hebrew Alphabet:"Judaism has always regarded Hebrew as a sacred language, the medium of divine communication. For millennia, the sages and mystics have taught that the letters are no ordinary expression. The very...
by Rev. Akins 6 years ago
What translation do you use when you study the Bible? and Why?I often wonder which bible people use when they study scripture. I have used several in my time as a minister and while I was studying to be a minister. But what do you use when you study scripture and why do you use that particular...
by JS Matthew 5 years ago
How does the Russian Alphabet Work? It looks like a very interesting language to learn!
by Kevin Peter 5 years ago
Can a sentence be made by using all the letters in the alphabet?Each letter must be used only once.
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