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Not One Jot: A Christian Meditation on the Hebrew Alphabet
Not One Jot A Christian Meditation on the Hebrew Alphabet Author:David Mulligan Traditional Hebrew though ascribes meaning to each of the letters of the Hebrew aleph-beth. It sees Hebrew as the language of God and all other languages as human accommodations. Each letter is a picture telling a story; each letter is a a name displaying truth; each letter is a number full of significance. — No matter in what way we answer the q... more »uestion of the origins of the Hebrew language, we should be able to appreciate the traditional meanings attached to the Hebrew letters. Psalm 119, that wondrous exposition of God's revelation, reveals the spiritual life in it very form. The interpretation given here of each Hebrew letter is drawn from the traditional Hebrew interpretation of the letter, from the stanza of Psalm 119 ruled by the letter, from comparison of the stanza with other portions of Scripture, and from the position the letter occupies in relation to other letters in the Hebrew alphabet.
May God in His infinite mercy use this book for good, and may His Holy Church flourish in our day.« less