Bible Scholar Nehemia Gordon uncovers ancient Hebrew sources to empower people with information to build their faith and defend the Word of God. Nehemia Gordon is a Karaite Jew with a Masters Degree from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He has experience with ancient Hebrew manuscripts from the Dead Sea Scrolls to the Hebrew Matthew.
Hebrew Voices #103 – A Jerusalem Sukkot Encampment
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 … Continue reading →
Hebrew Gospel Pearls #18 – Seeing God with a Pure Heart
In Hebrew Gospel Pearls #18, Seeing God with a Pure Heart, Nehemia and Keith discuss whether Yeshua preached the Sermon on the Mount entirely for the benefit of future Christians in the West, what olive oil, frankincense and the human … 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 … Continue reading →
Prophet Pearls #53 – Ha’azinu (2 Samuel 22:1-51)
In this episode of Prophet Pearls, Haazinu (2 Samuel 22:1-51), Nehemia Gordon and Keith Johnson compare this portion to its parallel in Psalm 18, so we can learn more about the contexts of these living, breathing prayers and prophecies and … Continue reading →
Torah Pearls #53 – Ha’azinu (Deuteronomy 32:1-32:52)
In this episode of The Original Torah Pearls, Ha’azinu (Deuteronomy 32), the song of Moses provides a lyrical backdrop for discussing the beauty and message of Moses’ last words to the people. Nehemia Gordon explains poetic structure and rhythm as … 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 … Continue reading →
Brilliant, informative & entertaining
As a Jew with a graduate school-level Hebrew and cognate Semitic language background, my bar is set very high in these matters. Nehemia is incredibly well-versed in the language, history, archaeology and other disciplines relating to Tanach study. His insights and conclusions are well thought out and based on a mastery of the entire textual body. Moreover, he’s a ‘mensch’ who’s not full of himself and is fun to listen to. If you want to learn Bible in a deeper and more profound way than maybe you previously imagined—or perhaps are a Jew looking for how to follow a personal, Torah-based faith, then I strongly recommend this podcast.
Informative and Listenable
I love the way Nehemiah gives pertinent information to the context of scripture without a combative spirit. I learn much without being stirred up with arguments and contentions.
Love these guys
Funny. Engaging. Informative.