And I will walk among you, and will be your God, and ye shall be my people. ~Lev. 26:12
As a format to increase my knowledge and understanding of the Hebrew worldview and its implications on how we interpret Scripture, I’ve created this blog – He Walks With Us. This is a journey and by no means a definitive conclusion to the studies herein. My expectation is to grow with each post, to learn, and to enjoy the details of God’s word.
Greek worldview vs. Hebrew worldview
We’ve been raised in a Greek-based society, educated by a Greek-based system, and governed by a Greek-based government – it’s no wonder we have a very Greek-based worldview. Even many of the church fathers were entrenched in Greek philosophy prior to converting to Christianity, and because of this, the Greek worldview has permeated religion. Learning how Yeshua and His disciples viewed the world as opposed to the Hellenistic influence around them is crucial in our understanding of Scripture. With the Hebrew worldview we’ll be able to better align our interpretations with the intended meanings of the original authors.
- Learn about the dichotomy between the Greek and the Hebrew worldviews.
- Read examples of Greek and Hebrew differences.
Review some of my recent posts.