The Story of 2 words: Naked and Subtle, Translated from 1 Biblical Hebrew Word
Amazing… while studying Genesis 2:25 and 3:1, I noticed that naked and subtle translate from the SAME Biblical Hebrew Word. You cannot see this in your native language translation. Discover how to unlock the eye-opening meaning for us today.
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Amazing… while studying Genesis 2:25 and 3:1, I noticed that naked and subtle translate from the SAME Biblical Hebrew Word.
That study, some 30 years, lead to what you’re reading now—this new Bible Study Method and the many studies you’ll be able to follow here. Here’s a brief presentation.
If you’re not familiar with Biblical Hebrew, then I suggest Unlock Bible Meaning with 7 Keys to Master Biblical Hebrew
You can jump right into this short course and follow with no problem. You’ll learn the story behind naked and subtle, their deeper meaning.
Summary of One Biblical Hebrew Word (aram) = 2 English Translations (naked, subtle).
- One Hebrew word can have opposite meanings.
- Summary and more on nakedness and ashamed in Gen 2:25.
- Naked, the positive and negative implications.
- Positive and negative nakedness associated with clean and dirty clothes.
- Ashamed, other Biblical Hebrew meanings.
- The results of positive/negative nakedness are the presence or absence of shame and …
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