epresent a group of people who are on a quest for truth. We
accomplish this by acquiring evidence concerning a particular subject
from all sides. During the Bible study, we also consider the Hebrew roots of the matter. Then we draw a conclusion from the "Weight of
to the House of David School of Biblical Studies website,
a site that desires to study the Scriptures from the standpoint that
Christ was a Jew and his original disciples/apostles were Jews, and therefore, it follows that understanding the Jewish culture of the first century
including the customs, traditions, teachings, and beliefs of the Jews can facilitate our understanding of the Gospel!
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This is Bible Study taking into consideration a Hebraic Perspective
the best of our ability, we limit
the impact of our presuppositions
we acquire the truth, we desire to walk in it as best we can
create "Presentations" which contain our evidence and
desire others to critique our evidence and conclusions
helps us draw closer to the truth
do we do this :
For those who feel a need, we help them "learn how to study" better.
we desire other 'studiers' to critique our evidence and
conclusions and bring correction to us. For those whose Bible Study leads them into their Hebrew roots, this is most important. This way, the body of
believers work together to attain the truth.
Please meander through our web site and see if what we do falls
within your vision.
Remember the exhortation of Paul in 1Thessalonians 5:21
everything: Grasp a hold of that which is true!"
Our Vision |
The Mission |
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How to Study |
Q16 Hebrew |
Q16 Greek |
Textual Criticism |
National Bible Study 2005
The CD Library suggestions of use is located here.
The school that seeks to
help establish the best text from a variety of textual families.
The first to present his case seems right, until
another comes forward and examines him.