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In this episode of Hebrew Voices #191 - The Cairo Genizah: Part 3, Nehemia continues to discuss with the head of the Cambridge Genizah Research Unit how fragments from 1,000 years ago now scattered in libraries throughout the globe are reunited using technology and scholarly elbow grease. They also talk about the coming AI revolution that will chan…
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In Hebrew Voices #48, Jewish Freedom in America, Nehemia Gordon and Tel Aviv University Professor Michael Kochin, explain how Jonas Phillips, an 18th century Jewish merchant gave us freedom of religion, how George Washington set us free from the tyranny of religious "toleration", and how the Regressive Left is ushering in a new era of religious per…
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Watch the Sneak Peek of this episode of Support Team Study, Mormon Chains of Authority: Part 2, Nehemia continues his discussion with Dan Vogel about an early conspiracy theory to explain how an uneducated farm boy wrote the Book of Mormon and how a hunger for charismatic experiences drove the formation of the early Mormon church.. I look forward t…
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In this episode of Hebrew Voices #190, Mormon Chains of Authority: Part 1, Dr. Nehemia Gordon welcomes back Dan Vogel to discuss a modern-day American prophet’s claim of divine authority, Mormon beliefs about Jesus' arrival to America, and the redefinition of angels. I look forward to reading your comments! PODCAST VERSION: Download Audio Transcrip…
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Watch the Sneak Peek of this episode of Support Team Study - The Cairo Genizah: Part 2, where Nehemia continues discussing the Cairo Genizah with Cambridge scholar Ben Outhwaite including the discovery of a lost 2nd Temple period book in a medieval synagogue, the first Dead Sea Scroll published over 50 years before the Dead Sea Scrolls were discove…
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In this episode of Hebrew Voices #189 - The Cairo Genizah: Part 1, Nehemia sits down with the head of the Genizah Research Unit at Cambridge to learn about the most important cache of surviving Hebrew manuscripts after the Dead Sea Scrolls. The Genizah was a chamber in the Cairo synagogue where Jews placed old scrolls, books, and letters for 1,000 …
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In this episode of Hebrew Voices #188, Writing a Torah Scroll: Part 1, Nehemia learns about an ancient Torah scroll from Yemen written by a woman, how modern scribes use archaeology to illustrate the scroll of Esther, and how the history of Egypt helps us understand what the Torah originally looked like when Moses wrote it. I look forward to readin…
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In this episode of Hebrew Voices #187, Second Temple Hebrew in the Middle Ages: Part 1, the premier linguist of Northwest Semitic languages explains how scholars get behind the printed text of the Bible to access the proto-Masoretic reading tradition. I look forward to reading your comments! PODCAST VERSION: Download Audio Transcript Hebrew Voices …
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In this episode of Hebrew Voices #186 - The Hamas Prophecy: Part 1, Nehemia and Lynell explore the prophetic meaning of the word Hamas in the Hebrew Bible with striking comparisons between modern headlines and the words of the ancient Hebrew prophets. I look forward to reading your comments! PODCAST VERSION: Download Audio Transcript Hebrew Voices …
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In this episode of Hebrew Voices #185 - A Biblical Understanding of Passover Leaven (Chametz), Nehemia does a deep-dive into what exactly is or isn’t prohibited during the Feast of Unleavened Bread. He distinguishes the 3 Hebrew words all translated into English as “leaven”, describes how drastically different modern food production is from ancient…
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In this episode of Hebrew Voices #183, Early Mormonism Revealed: Part 1, Nehemia continues his discussion with Dan Vogel exploring parallels between Mormonism and Islam, Joseph Smith’s attempt to establish a theocratic empire on the American frontier, and the rapidly-shifting nature of revelation and institutional religion. I look forward to readin…
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In this episode of Hebrew Voices #184: Creation vs. Evolution: Raw and Unedited, Young Earth creationist Kent Hovind of DrDino.com explains to Nehemia about the errors of evolution, dinosaurs on Noah's Ark, and the formation of heavy elements in stars. Nehemia's most controversial guest to date, Hovind describes himself as a "lowly high school scie…
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In this episode of Hebrew Voices, The Man Who Taught His Children Ancient Greek: Part 1, Nehemia joins Cambridge University lecturer Dr. Benjamin Kantor to discuss using manuscript errors and transcriptions to reconstruct old Greek and Hebrew pronunciations. I look forward to reading your comments! PODCAST VERSION: Download Audio Transcript Hebrew …
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In this episode of Hebrew Voices, The Woman Who Writes Torah Scrolls, Nehemia joins Avielah Barclay, the first female Jewish scribe in modern times. They discuss why Judaism clings to such ancient technology, how writing with the proper intent is just as important as the correct content, and erasing mistakes in accordance with a variety of Jewish t…
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In this episode of Hebrew Voices, SBL Reactions 2023: Part 1, Nehemia joins Dr. Kim Phillips and Nelson Calvillo to share the highlights of the most important annual conference on biblical studies including a review of the scholarly work of TikTok-famous bible pundit Dan MacClellan and another session about a groundbreaking theory on the origins of…
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Released From the Support Team Study Vault! In this episode of Reaping the Benefits of the Medieval Aviv Calendar: Part 2, Nehemia speaks with a scholar at University College London about how Karaites implemented the Aviv calendar in the tenth and eleventh centuries, how their medieval Aviv controversies mirror those still raging today, and how the…
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In this episode of Hebrew Voices #179, Rapping Ancient Hebrew Poetry: Part 2, Nehemia continues the exploration of piyyut with expert Dr. Gabriel Wasserman. They discuss the historical need to keep things fresh within a traditional framework, the room for improvisation within ancient Jewish prayer, and a demonstration of Gabriel’s own modern spin o…
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In this new episode of Hebrew Voices #178, Rapping Ancient Hebrew Poetry: Part 1, Nehemia explores the origin and nature of Jewish liturgical poetry with expert Dr. Gabriel Wasserman. They discuss the historical use of the term “rabbi", the definitions and power of liturgy and poetry, and how the development of the 18 benedictions led to the creati…
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In this new episode of Hebrew Voices #177, Palestine Prophecy: Part 2, Nehemia and Lynell continue their Bible study about the prophecy of Zechariah 9:1-8 and its potential relevance to today. They discuss the locations mentioned in the prophecies, the far-reaching influence of ancient Canaanite colonialism, and the origin & identity of the Philist…
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In this new episode of Hebrew Voices #176, Palestine Prophecy: Part 1, Nehemia and Lynell delve into Bible prophecy and its potential relevance to the war in Israel and the Tanakh view of the end times. They start off by laying the background of Zechariah 9:1-8, including the Four Fasts, the restoration of Jerusalem, and the different types of prop…
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In this episode of Hebrew Voices #174, How We Got Our Hebrew Bible, Nehemia brings on the world’s foremost expert in the Masoretic Text, Professor Yosef Ofer of Bar-Ilan University. They discuss how ancient Jewish scribes determined precisely which letters to copy, the primacy of the Aleppo Codex, and Maimonides’s preoccupation with dividing the bi…
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In this episode of Hebrew Voices #175, Thanksgiving to Yehovah for He is Good, Nehemia Gordon discusses whether Thanksgiving is a pagan holiday, looks at the Hebrew words for "turkey" and “thanks”, and what the Tanach teaches us about gratitude in excerpts from the Support Team Study, "Thanksgiving to Yehovah". I look forward to reading your commen…
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In this episode of Hebrew Voices #173, Spread the Love, Nehemia speaks to the brother of Eden Naftali, a 23-year old girl murdered by Hamas terrorists at the desert music festival on October 7. Eden's brother Aviv shares about what happened to his sister, her love of dancing, and how she touched members of her community. I look forward to reading y…
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Nehemia prays for the defense of Israel and the victims of Hamas genocide. PODCAST VERSION:https://audio.nehemiaswall.com/Hebrew-Voices/Nehemias-Prayer-for-Israel-NehemiasWall.mp3Download Audio SHARE THIS TEACHING WITH YOUR FRIENDS! Subscribe to "Nehemia Gordon" on your favorite podcast app! Apple Podcasts | Amazon Music | TuneIn Pocket Casts | Pod…
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In this episode of Hebrew Voices #172, Chinese Jews of Cincinnati, Nehemia tours the library at Hebrew Union College with its librarian, David Gilner. They go into the vault to look at documents from the Jews of Kaifeng, China, fragments from the Cairo Genizah, and several other items. I look forward to reading your comments! PODCAST VERSION:https:…
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