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A Catholic Layman Prays Hebrew Scripture: Applying Lectio Divina in the Spirit of Saint Benedict By Luke Amato
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Can a Catholic layman, after READING Hebrew Scripture, dare to REFLECT UPON, RESPOND IN PRAYER & FORM SOUND RESOLUTIONS? One of Jewish faith may well have very different concepts. Certainly,... More > we’re grateful for mutual sharing the following: faith in the One True G-d, Hebrew Scripture, Abraham’s Blessing, Ten Commandments, Prophets, Holy Land & a shared eternal destiny. Being a layman raises another question: Can one who has not studied Scripture derive real benefit? Well, besides rabbis, G-d inspired some rather ordinary people to write His Word, including farmers, tree dressers, shepherds, warriors, & slaves. In addition to the literal meaning of their words, aren’t there lessons for all of us about our behavior, trust, & eternal goals? This writer proposes that we can deepen these shared experiences by praying Scripture together, especially the Psalms.< Less
An Exegetical Handbook for Biblical Studies By W. R. Downing
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Notes and comments for executing the Greek and Hebrew texts of Scripture.
Studies in the Book of Lamentations By Vladimir Gelesnoff
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"THE Book of Lamentations has been described as the most depressing part of the Bible. The name by which it is generally known, "The Lamentations of Jeremiah" is in a measure... More > responsible for the impression that this Book does nothing beyond realizing the significance of its title, and that it contains nothing more than a melancholy series of laments. The Hebrew title however is charged with deeper significance. In accordance with a custom of which we have other instances in the Hebrew Scriptures, the first word in the text is taken as the title of the book. The first word of the first chapter-the original Hebrew for which is the title of the book-is Aichah, "How." Now this is a characteristic word for the commencement of a book. Three_ out of the five laments begin with it. It is a sort of a note of exclamation, and is not only suggestive of a certain kind of poem, but is a hint of the general drift of thought; it strikes the keynote for all that follows."< Less
Time and Eternity: A Biblical Study By G. T. Stevenson
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Time and Eternity: A Biblical Study by G.T. Stevenson "The research in the following pages is offered in the hope that it may contribute a little to the strengthening of faith in the readers... More > as it has done for the writer. Though the original study was based on the use of the Hebrew and Greek texts, foreign words and phrases are in this discussion, transliterated into English spelling."< Less
The Study of Magickal Qabalah By Rev. Gretchen A.L. Schork, OCL:AL
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New expanded exploration of the Qabalah for any who study the occult. Full descriptions of all the basic terms, many illustrations, easy approach to vocabulary, and new material on the Hebrew... More > alphabet and the formation of the letters. All correspondences are footnoted for easy reference. The approach is gentle, but deep.< Less
An Analytical Study of Words By Louis Abbott
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This in-depth study on various words that have been translated as “eternal,” “everlasting,”“judgment,” “hell” etc., has proved to be an invaluable... More > study tool for many. After leaving his pastorate Abbott gave much of his life to studying Greek and Hebrew, ranging from ancient manuscripts to modern scholarship. Louis, who studied the Greek “New Testament” for 50 years, spent his lifetime gathering this treasure-trove of information, which is now made available to the world.< Less
The Epistles, Study Guide By Ruth Grigg
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The Epistles Study Guide, was written for students studying in the Apostolic Training Schools in Kenya, and is a student-centred approach. The Guide covers all of the Epistles, including: Romans,... More > 1 Corinthians, 2 Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, 1 Thessalonians, 2 Thessalonians, 1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, Titus, Philemon, Hebrews, James, 1 Peter, 2 Peter, 1 John, 2 John, 3 John and Jude.< Less
The Study of Magickal Qabalah By Rev. Gretchen A.L. Schork, OCL:AL
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A complete study of the Magickal Qabalah used by ceremonial magicians. It is the hard cover version of the second edition of this title. It includes basics about the Otz Chayim, the Tree of Life,... More > Hebrew letters and their use in magick, and all the correspondences necessary to get a solid grasp of the topic. Generally, if you are using correspondences, this book will give you the associations, sources and relationships among all the terms, concepts and images used in current Magickal work.< Less
Studies in the Gospel of Matthew By Vladimir Gelesnoff
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"In taking up a study of the First Gospel our prime concern is to divest ourselves of a deep-rooted idea which is apt to preform our ideas and predetermine our conclusions with regard to its... More > teaching. The recognized division between Old and New Testaments is purely arbitrary. It is founded on the fact that the one is written in Hebrew and the other in Greek. However, in seeking light on this point, we must be guided by weightier questions than those of language : stress must rather be laid on such matters as divergence of theme, or change in the Divine attitude and method."< Less
The Mass: A Study of the Roman Liturgy By Adrian Fortescue
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An extensively researched and incredibly thorough study, in the English language, of the Roman liturgy. Comparing it completely with other Western liturgies (Gallican; Ambrosian; Mozarabic) as well... More > as with the Eastern liturgies, Fr. Fortescue cites thoroughly in Latin, Greek, and Hebrew, along with references to English, French, German, Italian, Syriac, Arabic, and other sources, to explain the origin of the Roman liturgy. His conclusion shows a love of all the Church's liturgies, but especially of his own Roman rite, finding that the Roman rite is the most ancient of the Church's liturgies, and that its austere simplicity provides a unique and beautiful expression of our Faith.< Less

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