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'Speak Hebrew – love Israel?' will share some of my students stories and motivations for learning modern Hebrew, and their feelings towards the Israeli state. We will question - * Can we learn Hebrew in a non-political setting, as just a language?? * What part does love towards Israel/the Jewish people play in my student’s will to learn Hebrew? * And if so - have they also been brainwashed about Israel? just as I was when I was young? * Why would anyone want to learn IVRIT, my language, a be ...
 
Learn Hebrew Pod - The first conversational Hebrew course by podcasts. Learn to speak conversational Hebrew the way it is spoken in Israel. Practice your Hebrew pronunciation and accent while expanding your vocabulary and conversational skills with sabra native Israeli teachers. Suitable for all levels
 
“Exegetically Speaking” is a weekly podcast of the friends and faculty of Wheaton College, IL and the Lanier Theological Library. Hosted by Dr. David Capes, former Dean of the School of Biblical & Theological Studies and Professor of New Testament, it features language experts discussing the importance of learning the biblical languages—Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek—and showing how reading the Bible in the original “pays off.” Each podcast lasts between seven and eleven minutes and covers a dif ...
 
Torah is one of the most profound sources of wisdom available to us. In this podcast, Jewish leaders from around the world read essays from Hebrew College faculty and rabbinical alumni about how Torah can help us navigate the most pressing issues of our time. Together, we explore the ways Torah can help us approach the world with creativity, healing, and hope. Find out more at hebrewcollege.edu/podcast.
 
In speaking about Israel, there is a physical and material State that was voted into a legal existence on November 29, 1947 and then politically declared to be the State of Israel on May 14, 1948. However, there is yet another Israel that very few are even aware of. This is a spiritual entity represented by the God of Israel (יהוה) in the biblical Hebrew narratives of Tanakh (The Torah, the Prophets, the Writings) and HaBrit HaChadasha (The New Testament) writings as "My People." This holy e ...
 
Mauri's Podcast is where Mauri speaks his mind, talking about different stuff that is interesting to humanity ;) These podcasts come in all sorts of languages: English, Spanish, even Hebrew.Funny stuff, serious stuff, confusing stuff, you name it, it's all here. - - El Podcast de Mauri es donde digo lo que me pasa por la mente, hablando de diferentes cosas que son interesantes para la humanidad. Estos podcasts vienen en muchos idiomas: Espanol, Ingles, hasta Hebreo. Cosas graciosas, serias, ...
 
¡Hola mamá, hey girl! I know that you want to parent to the best of your abilities, but you’re unsure of God’s way. You are afraid of falling victim to worldly parenting and you really want to partner with Holy Spirit to empower your babies and children to become world changers and create impact for God’s kingdom! am I right? But you just don’t know where to start. I will tell you that it all begins right from your mouth with the power of your words! The truth is that, “death and life are in ...
 
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Amy Nichole Allan, adjunct Professor of Theology at Trinity Christian College, is working on her Wheaton Graduate School PhD dissertation, “Anthropomorphic and Anthropopathic Depictions of God in Hosea, Amos, Micah, and Zephaniah: Rhetoric, Interpretation, and Theology.” In this episode of Exegetically Speaking, Amy weighs carefully the last thing …
 
This program is Real Israel Talk Radio, Episode 100. Today's show is PART 4 of a multipart series about the Dead Sea Scrolls. In this program, we will begin putting all the pieces of the Qumran Community together and seek, from Scripture, to understand the purpose for the Qumran Community, who they were, and why they wrote the documents that we ide…
 
Dr. John Walton, Professor of Old Testament at Wheaton Graduate School, author of many books and articles relating to the background, literature, and theology of the Old Testament, has contributed several episodes to this podcast. In this conversation with David Capes he discusses a passage widely thought to be about the fall of Satan. Where did th…
 
This program is Real Israel Talk Radio, Episode 99. Today's show is PART 3 of a multipart series about the Dead Sea Scrolls - an excellent program for Hebrew speakers! To help us better understand the importance of the Dead Sea scrolls, you will hear an interview that I recorded with Dr. Rachel Elior – the John and Golda Cohen Professor of Jewish P…
 
Dr. Jon Laansma, the Gerald F. Hawthorne Professor of New Testament Greek and Exegesis at Wheaton College, co-authored with Randall Gauthier, The Handy Guide to Difficult and Irregular Greek Verbs. He discusses how this tool, combined with healthy doses of reading practice, helps students advance more quickly to “putting roots down” in the language…
 
About 20 centuries ago, hundreds of documents from a written library of scrolls were carefully placed into clay jars and deposited for safe-keeping into many of the western caves of Israel’s Dead Sea region. The area is called the Qumran. Between 1947 and 1956, the scrolls’ discovery has captured the attention of numerous academics, religious leade…
 
Dr. Scott Callaham is Lecturer in Hebrew and Old Testament at Baptist Theological Seminary, Singapore. In this conversation with David Capes he introduces the podcast Daily Dose of Aramaic, which, along with his new book, Biblical Aramaic for Biblical Interpreters, helps users build knowledge of this third biblical language. They go on to look clos…
 
About 20 centuries ago, hundreds of documents from a written library of scrolls were carefully placed into clay jars and deposited for safe-keeping into many of the western caves of Israel's Dead Sea region. The area refers to the Qumran. The discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls captured the attention of numerous academics, religious leaders, and bibl…
 
Jason Barney, the principal of Coram Deo Academy, is an alumnus of both Wheaton College’s Classical Languages major (’09) and its MA in Biblical Exegesis program (’14). He has published two books, A Classical Guide to Narration and The Joy of Learning, and blogs on ancient wisdom for the modern era at www.educationalrenaissance.com. He enjoyed lear…
 
Jordanian (-Palestinian?) Salma is living in the UK, working as a teacher and studying Hebrew. Join a fascinating conversation about democracy in Arab societies, Palestinian refugees in Jordan and discover how the wrong translation of Hatikvah, the Israeli anthem, into Arabic has made Salma suspicious, and eventually want to learn Hebrew..! Discove…
 
Welcome to Real Israel Talk Radio Episode 96. I reckon everyone has a life story to tell. But not everyone has a life story to tell about being an 88-year-old veteran post-WWII and Vietnam veteran soldier of the U.S. American Army. A soldier of war and, later, a warrior and combatant for the Prince of Peace. Today's show is a graceful and candid co…
 
Dr. Chris Fresch is Lecturer in Biblical Languages and Old Testament at Bible College SA in Adelaide, South Australia. He has authored A Book-by-Book Guide to New Testament Greek Vocabulary (Tyndale House, 2019) and co-edited with Steven Runge The Greek Verb Revisited: A Fresh Approach for Biblical Exegesis (Lexham, 2016). After recalling his early…
 
Paul closes his thoughts on Love in 1 Corinthians 13. In speaking about Love, Paul tells us that there are two preceding components: Faith and Hope. And then he boldly declares that the greatest of these is Love. How are we supposed to understand this idea with its Hebraic foundation? What does it mean? With this final episode - Part 30 - in my 1 C…
 
Dr. George Kalantzis is Professor of Theology and Director of The Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies at Wheaton College. Among his many publications are Theodore of Mopsuestia: Gospel of John (Australian Catholic University, 2004) and Caesar and the Lamb (Cascade, 2012). Having grown up in Greece, he recalls learning classical and Koiné Gre…
 
This program is Real Israel Talk Radio, Part 29, Episode 94, Defining Biblical Love from 1 Corinthians 13:13. Welcome to today's show. Here we are on the final statement that Paul makes in 1 Corinthians 13, speaking about Faith, Hope, and Love and then saying, "The greatest of these is Love." What are we supposed to understand from this list of bib…
 
Dr. Amy Whisenand Krall is Assistant Professor and Assistant Program Director of Biblical & Theological Studies at Fresno Pacific University. Her doctoral research (Duke Divinity School) was in New Testament with an emphasis on theology and music. In this conversation with David Capes she recalls that as a middle-schooler she learned Greek from her…
 
This program is Real Israel Talk Radio, Episode 93 on Biblical Restitution to Reconcile Relational Conflicts. Welcome to today's show which is a special program to deal with biblical restitution. Today's program presentation is by my wife, Suzanne. Next week, I will finish my teaching series on defining biblical love from 1 Corinthians 13. In addre…
 
After the US has offered Indonesia an increase of aid by up to $2 billion if it normalised ties with Israel, the question of normalisation with Israel remains. But what do Indonesians think about it, and how are Indonesians divided about this issue? Join a conversation with Gilang Lukman, the first Indonesian to study MA in Middle East in Oxford Un…
 
Matthew Norton is an alum of Wheaton College’s Classical Languages major and its MA in Biblical Exegesis. He is presently enrolled in the School of Medicine at Louisiana State University Health Shreveport. His journey with the classical languages took him from high school through college until he determined that he would serve through a career in m…
 
This is Real Israel Talk Radio program - Episode 92 Program Part 28 - A Love for La La Land. Here is an interesting statement of Paul from 1 Corinthians 13:11 on the Hebraic concept of Biblical Love and what it means: "When I was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child; but when I became a man, I put away childish…
 
Dr. Ray Van Neste is dean of the School of Theology & Missions and Professor of Biblical Studies at Union University. He has written Cohesion and Structure in the Pastoral Epistles (T&T Clark, 2005) along with many other essays and edited volumes. He recalls what first excited him about learning Greek and then reflects on what Paul’s language in 2 …
 
This is Real Israel Talk Radio program - Episode 91 Program Part 27 - YHVH's Unfailing Love. Today, we will continue with the teaching of Paul that Biblical Love never fails. Perhaps you have gone through (or you are presently going through) a downturn, and life is not so rosy and happy. It is not uncommon. It happens. However, when this happens, w…
 
Dr. Daniel J. Treier is the Gunther H. Knoedler Professor of Theology at Wheaton Graduate School. He has authored numerous books and articles, including the award-winning Introducing Evangelical Theology. He has written a commentary on Proverbs & Ecclesiastes (Brazos, 2015), is starting another on Philippians, and is presently working on Lord Jesus…
 
Welcome to Real Israel Talk Radio - Episode 90 Program Part 26 - Stuck in the Mud Endurance. Today, we will continue with the teaching of Paul that Biblical Love is about "all endurance." The English term "endurance" can be deceiving because some things and events in life are not necessarily worth suffering for, as if we were running an endurance r…
 
Dr. Jeremiah Coogan is an alumnus of Wheaton College’s Classical Languages major. He earned his Ph.D. at the University of Notre Dame. His work there, soon to be published by Oxford University Press, focused on Eusebius of Caesarea’s fourth-century reconfiguration of the Gospels as a window into broader questions of technology and textuality in ear…
 
Welcome to Real Israel Talk Radio - Episode 89 Program Part 25 - Defining Biblical Love. Today, we will continue with the teaching of Paul that Biblical Love is about "all hope." Indeed, with Paul's brief statement that Yehovah's Love is the idea of "all hope," his readers were learning to understand that Yehovah is Love through his promise of a fi…
 
When Sarah went to Israel on one of Christian trips, she felt more connected to her Christianity. It was one of the reasons she decided to embark on her Hebrew journey. Join Sarah, my ginger British student from the SOAS Languages Centre, for an honest conversation about: What's it like being a dyslexic and learning Hebrew? How has the trip to Isra…
 
Dr. John Walton, Professor of Old Testament at Wheaton Graduate School, has contributed several episodes to this podcast. His publications include The IVP Bible Background Commentary (IVP Academic, 2000) and Old Testament Theology for Christians: From Ancient Context to Enduring Belief (IVP Academic, 2017). He is presently working on a commentary o…
 
Today with Real Israel Talk Radio - Episode 88 Program Part 24 - Defining Biblical Love from 1 Corinthians 13, we'll address the statement that Paul makes saying that Biblical Love is all about "hope." Here, I am going to talk about what biblical hope means. In our everyday world, we find ourselves often hoping for a better life, for a better job, …
 
Dr. Jon Laansma, the Gerald F. Hawthorne Professor of New Testament Greek and Exegesis and chair of the Department of Modern and Classical Languages at Wheaton College, discusses with David Capes the new options (as of 2021-2022) for majoring in Classical Languages at Wheaton. These options fit the major for a wider range of contemporary students w…
 
Dr. David Capes, formerly Dean of the School of Biblical and Theological Studies at Wheaton College and presently Senior Research Fellow at the Lanier Theological Library in Houston, Texas, has authored about a dozen books and many articles, including Old Testament Yahweh Texts in Paul’s Christology (Baylor, 2017) and, with Rodney Reeves and Randy …
 
With today's podcast of Real Israel Talk Radio - Episode 87 Program Part 23 - Defining Biblical Love from 1 Corinthians 13, let us continue with the series of statements that Paul makes saying that Biblical Love is "all believable." Here, I want to address an age-old theological question, "Can we lose our salvation?" As I read scripture, the sad tr…
 
Dr. Gene Green is Professor Emeritus of New Testament at Wheaton College and Graduate School, and Dean of Trinity International University – Florida. Among his many and diverse publications are Vox Petri: A Theology of Peter (Cascade, 2019); The Scalpel and the Cross: A Theology of Surgery (Zondervan, 2015); Jude and 2 Peter (Baker, 2008); 1 and 2 …
 
On this Episode 86 of Real Israel Talk Radio and Defining Biblical Love Part 22, let us continue with the series of statements that Paul makes in 1 Corinthians 13 verse 7 saying that Biblical Love "believes all things." Today, we'll take a closer look into the Hebrew letters giving us the word "et." These two letters in Hebrew will show us THE TRUT…
 
Ready for a step by step HOW you can personalize affirmations for each of your children using biblical truths? This episode is for YOU! In this episode you will hear my own process with Holy Spirit in creating my very own affirmations for my second baby girl. This process took a year and 3 months from the time my husband and I conceived our baby un…
 
Dr. Michael Graves is the Armerding Professor of Biblical Studies at Wheaton College. Among his publications are The Inspiration and Interpretation of Scripture: What the Early Church Can Teach Us (Eerdmans, 2014), and the forthcoming How Scripture Interprets Scripture: What Biblical Writers Can Teach us About Reading the Bible (Baker, 2021). In th…
 
On this Episode 85 of Real Israel Talk Radio Defining Biblical Love Part 21, let's continue with the series of statements that Paul makes in 1 Corinthians 13 verse 7 saying that Biblical Love "believes all things." What is this supposed to mean? That I can believe the Earth is round? That I can believe the Earth is flat? That I can believe a little…
 
Dr. Jordan Ryan, Assistant Professor of New Testament at Wheaton College, has published The Role of the Synagogue in the Aims of Jesus (Fortress, 2017), followed by, From the Passion to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre: Memories of Jesus in Place, Pilgrimage, and Early Holy Sites Over the First Three Centuries (T&T Clark, 2021). He talks with David…
 
On this Episode 84 of Real Israel Talk Radio Defining Biblical Love Part 20, I will begin with the series of statements that Paul makes in 1 Corinthians 13:7 saying that Biblical Love bears all things. Really? What is this supposed to mean? That I'm just supposed take whatever someone dishes out to me, I suppose especially if the person decides to …
 
¡Sé que te has estado preguntando! y que estas super curiosa porque será que Ellie llama a Jesús por Su nombre hebreo Yahshua? En este episodio, compartiré cómo el Espíritu Santo nos llevó a mí y a mi esposo a tomar esa decisión y les daré una descripción general de los porqués. Digo en general porque el tema es bien profundo y está fuera de los te…
 
Dr. D. Clint Burnett, Lecturer in New Testament at Johnson University, specializes in the study of the material culture of the classical world and how it aids interpretation of the New Testament. In that vein, he has authored Studying the New Testament through Inscriptions (Hendrickson, 2020). In this conversation with David Capes he recounts his e…
 
On this Episode 83 of Real Israel Talk Radio Defining Biblical Love Part 19, I will be explaining the second half of a statement that Paul makes in 1 Corinthians 13:6 saying, Love Rejoices in the Truth. Well then, what IS truth? It seems to me that this idea is highly subjective based on what can often be called "cultural relativity." Previously, w…
 
Dr. Sandra Richter, formerly Professor of Old Testament at Wheaton College, is The Robert H. Gundry Chair of Biblical Studies at Westmont College. Among her many publications are The Deuteronomistic History and the Name Theology (BZAW 2002) and Stewards of Eden: What Scripture Says About the Environment and Why It Matters (IVP 2020). In this podcas…
 
Our continuation from the previous podcast addressing 1 Corinthians 13:6 and the statement that Love does not rejoice in iniquity. So, what exactly is this supposed to mean? This is Real Israel Talk Radio on Defining Biblical Love Part 18 Episode 82. To answer the statement, "Love does not rejoice in iniquity," our first objective is to Hebraically…
 
I know you’ve been wondering! Se que estas super curiosa porque será que Ellie calls Jesus by His Hebrew name Yahshua? In this episode I will share how Holy Spirit led me and my household to make that decision and give you an overview of the whys. I say overview because the topic can get in depth and it is beyond the scope of this podcast. In the p…
 
Rabbi Steven Bob, Rabbi Emeritus at Congregation Etz Chaim in Lombard, Il, adjunct professor at Wheaton College, discusses God’s language of comfort in Isaiah 40, addressed to Israelites in exile. He emphasizes how the very sounds of the Hebrew words are comforting sounds, and relates this to the post-exilic leaders Ezra and Nehemiah, whose names m…
 
Rabbi Jordan Braunig's essay, read by Rabbi Sharon Cohen Anisfeld, brings us into an unsettling and deeply personal story of love and fragility, giving us an account of a time when it’s so difficult to express the complexity of emotion, that even the walls of metaphor cannot hold. Get full show notes and more information here: http://hebrewcollege.…
 
Dr. Shively Smith reads us through and reflects on Rabbi Or Rose’s gratitude of Howard Thurman and the impact he had on the landscape of what is possible for interreligious harmony and cooperation -- as well as how we can all carry on this work in our own religious practices. Get full show notes and more information here: http://hebrewcollege.edu/p…
 
Join us in this episode to discover the lessons from the ancient stories of Noah and the flood, and Abraham’s intervention in the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah. And in the post-sermon discussion, both reader Bill McKibben and Rabbi Shoshana Friedman share their thoughts about our role and responsibility to take action and speak up to encourage …
 
A continuation from our previous podcast on 1 Corinthians 13:6 and Paul's statement that divine biblical love does not rejoice in iniquity. When we are born into this world, all of us come pre-wired with the spiritual DNA from the same father – Nachash (Genesis 3:1) also called the Serpent and the Devil. Indeed, he IS OUR SPIRITUAL FATHER whether w…
 
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