Hebrew Voices #103 – A Jerusalem Sukkot Encampment

Nehemia Gordon with David and Emily Verela discussing the laws of Sukkot in Jerusalem.In this episode of Hebrew Voices, A Jerusalem Sukkot Encampment, Nehemia Gordon speaks with an American couple who sparked a worldwide Sukkot-movement by pitching a tent in Jerusalem with their seven children. They share the story of their humble beginnings studying the Bible, which led them to discovering the name of God and forgoing pagan holidays. Years later and hundreds of people, from all over the world, join them in fulfillment of prophecy of Zechariah 14:16 about the nations of the world celebrating the Feast of Booths in Jerusalem. Continue reading

Hebrew Voices #2 – The Origin of Sin (Rebroadcast)

In this episode of Hebrew Voices, The Origin of Sin, Nehemia Gordon discusses with Dr. Miryam Brand the origin of sin and her book, Evil Within and Without: The Source of Sin and Its Nature as Portrayed in Second Temple Literature. Gordon keeps the gems accessible to non-scholars as they track revelations about the origin of sin through the centuries. Continue reading

Hebrew Voices #134 – Finding the Missing Vowel on 9/11

In this episode of Hebrew Voices, Finding the Missing Vowel on 9/11, Bible Scholar Nehemia Gordon explains how he was able to glorify Yehovah’s name at the very moment Islamic extremists were carrying out the deadliest terror attack on American soil, how many sought refuge in a church bearing the name Yehovah on that day, and the shocking origin of Yaweh. Continue reading

Hebrew Voices #52 – Heroes of 9/11

David Brink standing in front of the name of Todd M. Beamer, who stopped the terrorists from crashing Flight 93 into Washington DC.In this episode of Hebrew Voices, Heroes of 9/11, First Responder Detective David Brink (NYPD Retired) takes us on a private tour of the 9/11 Memorial Museum at Ground Zero and walks us through the events of that day. He also shares how he ran into the "9/11 Church" to find refuge from the cloud of toxic dust that formed when the Twin Towers collapsed and gives us a glimpse into how his faith gave him strength during such difficult times. Danilo wrote: “This episode is very revealing, and is a perspective I never heard.” Continue reading

Hebrew Voices #133 – Yom Teruah Bible Study

In this episode of Hebrew Voices, Yom Teruah Bible Study, Bible Scholar Nehemia Gordon looks at whether this is a day for crying or being joyous, how we know we are supposed to call on the name Yehovah on this day, and what this holiday has to do with percussion eggs. Dora wrote: “Thank you for the so important explanation. This is the first time I celebrated this feast of the YEHOVAH celebrating His name!!!” Continue reading

Hebrew Voices #102 – The Scribe’s Toolbox

Nehemia Gordon and Jewish scribe Mordecha Pinchas discussing the methods used to hand write a Torah scroll. The explore the different types of parchment, how a quill is turned into a precise writing implement, and the surprising ingredients in scribal ink. They also explains the ritual observance involved in writing the name of God and how to fix scribal errors.In this episode of Hebrew Voices, The Scribe's Toolbox, a Jewish scribe explains the ancient methods used since the time of Moses, to hand write a Torah scroll. We explore the different types of parchment, how a quill is turned into a precise writing implement, and the surprising ingredients in scribal ink. He also explains the ritual observance involved in writing the name of God and how to fix scribal errors. If you have been following my research of thousands of Hebrew manuscripts and have been wondering what exactly goes into writing one, you need to watch this episode! Continue reading

Hebrew Voices #16 – Rooftop Revelations (Rebroadcast)

Ancient Jerusalem from Abu Tor by Nehemia GordonIn this episode of Hebrew Voices, Rooftop Revelations, Nehemia Gordon meets with Jerusalem Miri, who kept watch over the walls of Jerusalem by greeting the dawn and calling God's people to prayer, with songs from her heart to Yehovah, from a Jerusalem rooftop for nearly a decade. Linda wrote: “Wonderful interview, and thank you so much for the beautiful music, Miri. I've downloaded it and am enjoying it very much. It really speaks to the heart and spirit because it is from God's Word.” Continue reading

Hebrew Voices #50 – My Favorite Bible Verse (Rebroadcast)

In Hebrew Voices, My Favorite Bible Verse, Nehemia Gordon talks about the first verse his father ever taught him, and why he suspects his favorite verse might have also been one of Yeshua’s favorites, and quite possibly the last words on Yeshua's lips. This episode is available as a video and as a podcast. Continue reading