The best way for parents to teach their children how to walk in His ways (Torah) is for them to understand them for them selves and live them out in YHVH. This better allows us to teach them as we ‘walk along the way’, which is better than any kids curriculum or book we could ever hope to find. So we feel it very important to edify and equip parent in this way.
www.TorahClass.com Tom Bradford teaches Torah (and continues through the prophets) one chapter at a time. This has been instrumental to our exponential growth in walking in Torah and seeing the Scriptures as one book form beginning to end. Lessons are FREE and can be listened too, printed in transcripts and/or supplemented with Powerpoint notes. Our whole family studied Torah this way to start and it was an amazing tool that strengthened us to be able to study Scriptures ourselves there after.
www.Wildbranch.org Brad Scott teaches Torah Principals from the perspective of a linguist and His incites help you see Scripture in a whole new light and it ignites a love of the language as you quickly learn that it is like No other! And in fact is the root of all languages…which should be no surprise…right?
www.SearchGodsWord.org A handy search tool while studying the Scriptures.
www.BibleGateway.com A handy search tool while studying the Scriptures.
www.bible.cc A handy search tool while studying the Scriptures.
www.biblelearn.com/index.htm A handy search tool while studying the Scriptures.
www.bible-history.com/maps A handy search tool while studying the Scriptures.
www.scripture4all.org A handy search tool while studying the Scriptures.
www.aramaicnewtestament.org Those who study the Hebrew and Greek languages and Biblical History see things in the Greek New Testament and say it was originally penned in Hebrew other suggest Aramaic – but many can agree it was a semitic language of its people. There is some evidence of manuscripts of Mathew in Hebrew and others in Aramaic. The Aramaic New Testament helps bring a fuller understanding to the New Testament as it better shows the cohesiveness between the culture that it was written in and the Tanach (Old Testament) and the Brit Chadashah (New Testament). It has become a very helpful study tool in our home for cross referencing.