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17 partial scholarships for our summer semester
We give 17 partial tuition scholarships for our summer semester. Hurry! Don’t miss this opportunity!
Israel Ins tute of Biblical Studies
Shalom,

Our summer semester is about to begin. On this occasion we are offering 17 partial tuition scholarships. Hurry! Registration is almost over so don’t miss this opportunity to enroll in our Biblical Hebrew course with a substantial discount!

We have a first come first serve policy so hurry and apply today.

Biblical Hebrew partial-tuition scholarship

Claim it now!
Sincerely,

Abigail Rosen,
Academic Advisor, Admission office
IsraelBiblicalStudies.com

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Israel Ins tute of Biblical Studies
Your real Biblical compass
Shalom from Jerusalem

The Lord reaffirmed the promise of the land to Abram and his offspring, by telling Abram that all the land that he could see in all directions would belong to him and his offspring (Gen.13:14-15). What is the deeper meaning that you gain by reading these directions in Hebrew?
To your compass
Sincerely,
Yakov Rosenberg
Professor of Biblical Hebrew and "Discovering the Hebrew Bible" Courses,
IsraelBiblicalStudies.com
Hallelujah
Israel Ins tute of Biblical Studies
Discover the true meaning of Hallelujah
Shalom from Jerusalem

Hallelujah is one of the most common words uttered in prayer. But do you know what it really means? Like thousands of other words in the Bible, it is originally Hebrew, the language spoken by the people of Israel. Do you want to join the millions of people worldwide who study the Bible in Hebrew seeking true Scriptural understanding? Begin now by watching my eye-opening video explanation of the real meaning of Hallelujah.
Watch now
Sincerely,
Jonathan Lipnick
Dean of the Holy Land Studies Faculty
IsraelBiblicalStudies.com
Biblical Hebrew
Israel Institute of Biblical Studies
The holiest place in the entire Bible
Shalom from Jerusalem,

Of all the places mentioned in the Bible, none is as famous as a small hill in Jerusalem called Mount Moriah. It was here that Abraham came to sacrifice his son Isaac. It was here that Solomon built the First Temple. And it was here that Jesus overturned the tables of the money changers. So, what is the meaning of the name Moriah?
Start your Journey
Sincerely,
Yakov Rosenberg
Professor of Biblical Hebrew and "Discovering the Hebrew Bible" Courses,
IsraelBiblicalStudies.com