A list of resources to augment Scripture.
Topics of Interest
Hebrew Worldview Compared to the Greek
A side-by-side comparison between the Greek worldview and the Hebrew with explanations on how they differ from one another.
The First Century
A timeline of the people who lived in the first century. This includes the prominent Rabbis, Roman rulers, Apostles, and Yeshua.
Death to Resurrection
A chronology of the events that transpired leading up to the death of Yeshua and through to His resurrection. All 4 Gospels have been consulted along with a study into the Aramaic and Greek translations.
A Living Library of Jewish Texts (my favorite)
A study tool for Greek and Hebrew words
The Aleppo Codex
A medieval bound manuscript of the Tanakh which Maimonides endorsed for it’s accuracy.
The Cairo Genizah Collection of the Bodleian libraries
The collection of Cairo Genizah fragments held at the Bodleian Libraries.
MSS Ross Fragment
A fragment from the Tanakh that was cut up and used to support the binding of a Christian book.
Digital Vatican Library
The Vatican has an extensive library of manuscripts.
by Jim Staley
Hebrew Mind vs. Greek Mind
by Brad Scott
The Hebrew Mind vs. the Western Mind
by Brian Knowles
The Greek vs. the Hebrew View of Man
by George Eldon Ladd
The Hebrew Yeshua vs. the Greek Jesus
by Nehemiah Gordon
Greek Education vs. Holistic Learning
by Steve Cioccolanti
Yah-Tube.com is a great video collection.
Gospel of Thomas
Written by Thomas between 132CE-200CE, this is a list of sayings of Yeshua discovered in Nag Hammadi, Egypt in 1945.
First Apocalypse of James
Written by James, Yeshua’s brother and discovered in Nag Hammadi, Egypt in 1945.
Second Apocalypse of James
Written by James around 2nd century CE, Yeshua’s brother and discovered in Nag Hammadi, Egypt in 1945.
Book of Thomas
Discovered in Nag Hammadi, Egypt in 1945.
Apocryphon of James
Written by James probably in the first half of the second century CE. Discovered in Nag Hammadi, Egypt in 1945.
Gospel of Philip
Written between 150CE-350CE, and discovered in Nag Hammadi, Egypt in 1945.
Gospel of Truth
Probably written between 140CE-180CE by Valentinian Gnostics. Scholars agree this is one of the best written texts in the whole Nag Hammadi collection, considering its worth highly as both a great literary work and a gnostic exegesis on several gospels, canonical and otherwise.
Here’s a list of recommended books that will help connect you to the intended meanings of the words in their original languages and cultural context. Click the book image to order online.