Cultural and Historical Notes, Proverbs 6

DID YOU KNOW? Heart, Breath, Throat, and Intestines: Ancient Hebrew Anthropology Proverbs 6  Biblical Hebrew, like English, uses parts of the body metaphorically to express personality, emotion or thought processes.  Hebrew however, does not always allude to the same organs as English to express these functions.  A verbatim translation of these terms would often be unintelligible … Continue reading

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A Walk Through Proverbs; The Beginning of Wisdom

DAY ONE From the Complete Jewish Bible, by David H. Stern Michlei (Proverbs) Chapter One, Verses 1-6 The Proverbs of Shlomo (Solomon) the son of David, king of Isra’el, are for learning about wisdom and discipline; for understanding words expressing deep insight; for gaining an intelligently disciplined life, doing what is right, just and fair;  … Continue reading

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