The Rabbis of the Talmud identify the Biblical Hebrew language as the language of God, the first language ever spoken by mankind, even before
the division of Babel. The expression “holy language” (Lashon HaKodesh) specifically designates the Hebrew language.
The Scriptures were given in “holy language”

In the Christian tradition the Biblical Hebrew language enjoyed the high status of “holy language.” The New Testament, Church Fathers, Reformers, and
modern theologians, have emphasized the value of this language. ln the New Testament, the presence of Hebrew is felt everywhere important
key concepts (covenant, creation, kingdom of God, etc.)
inherited from the Old Testament. 

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Biblical Hebrew, Shavuot
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Biblical Hebrew
Rabbinic Literature
Biblical Hebrew

“Being a Christian is more than just an instantaneous conversion –
it is a daily process whereby you grow
to be more and more like Christ.”

Billy Graham

“I don’t like religion much, and
I am glad that in the Bible
the word is not to be found.”

Martin Buber

“Nothing in all the world is more dangerous than
sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity.”

Martin Luther King, Jr.