The biblical narratives of the Brit haChadasha (The New Testament) are beautifully pregnant with many layers of meanings that truly can bless anyone that wants to really understand the depths of Yehovah’s Word.

Come along for a study in the Divine Design of the Hebrew Language as we dig deep into these various layers of meaning and unravel allusions, metaphors, and hints that are sure to spice up your biblical studies in the Word of God.

Haim Shore Coincidences in the Bible and in Biblical HebrewThe second part of a multi-part interview with Statistical Mathematics engineer Professor Haim Shore of the Ben Gurion University of the Negev Department of Industrial Engineering and Management.

Dr. Haim Shore is published and best known for his book, “Coincidences in the Bible and in Biblical Hebrew.” With Hebrew as his mother tongue and with his extensive academic training in math and science, Professor Shore will give us some things to think about as they appear in the biblical texts of the Torah and the Prophets.

Professor Shore explains that “coincidences” abound in the Bible and they can be subject to rigorous statistical analysis; and this he has done for many of the concepts in the Hebrew Bible, and with highly significant results!

In this episode of Divine Design in Biblical Hebrew, PART 2, we will have a look at a series of deep theological connections that are evident in the biblical texts. We’ll look at the Hand and why it is related to the word for a friend. We’ll study Hebrew words that when read in their natural order, they also have a divinely hidden message when read “backwards.” We’ll examine some principles of entropy.

This interview with Professor Shore will help us to see the beauty of biblical Hebrew as it is proven to be more than just a series of amazing coincidences!