In-Store Date:
October 17, 2017
Format:
Trade Paper
Book ISBN:
9781945470172
SRP:
$16.99
Status:
Available
Book
Product Overview
Found in Translation takes a close look at the original meanings and contexts of Hebrew words to offer profound inspirational reflections that encourage a deeper understanding of Scripture. Many Hebrew words have multiple meanings and most Bible translators often select one meaning, usually an English word that best reflects that reference. Written in short, inspirational messages, this book explores all the meanings of fifty-two Hebrew words for an enriched, deeper, and uniquely personal understanding of Scripture.

Format: Jacketed Hardcover
Trim Size: 5 x 7.25
Page Count: 224
Category: Christian Life / Inspirational
Carton Qty: 24

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Marketing Highlights
  • 52 chapters each examining the full meaning of one of fifty-two powerful Hebrew words from Scripture
  • Written by a Jewish scholar to offer a dimensional look and enriching experience
  • Embellished with full-page line art inspired by each Hebrew word
  • Allows readers to determine the meaning of the original Hebrew texts for themselves
  • Ideal for daily reading, while encouraging a deeper look into Scripture
  • About Asher Reich, Marty Foodim
    Asher Reich is a freelance writer who specializes in content for the Jewish reader. He studied Judaic theology and law at the Mir Yeshiva in Jerusalem, Israel. He is a frequent contributor to Quora, an online community for sharing information and insight. He lives in Portland, Oregon, where he enjoys playing guitar and piano, reading math textbooks, and indulging in armchair philosophy.

    Marty Foodim is a graduate of Cornell College where he received a Bachelors in International Relations and Religion and was awarded the American Bible Society Prize for intensive coursework in Biblical Hebrew, Judaism, and Christianity. He has also studied at Ohr Somayach Yeshiva in Jerusalem.