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Read like a Hebrew
NT authors teach to read like a Hebrew
Luke shows a hidden layer
Genesis 38 as Luke would read it
Eliminating free-for-all allegory
John knew the mystery best
NT authors had full confidence in the OT
NT authors saw history as prophecy
NT authors point to OT patterns
NT authors play with riddles
NT authors read meaning from Hebrew letters
Teaching children -1
Teaching children -2
Teaching children -3

Systematic Theology

Mystery of the alphabet
Formation of letters
God created the heavens and the earth א
Aleph – 1 א‎
Aleph in father -1 ab אב
Aleph in desire -2 abeh אבה
Aleph summary
My apologies
He revealed to man ב
He pursued them ג
His commands and teachings ד
They heard but did not understand ה
It distinguished them ו
The bride ז
   when they understood ח
   Through marriage with the Son of God ט
   they became a new creation י
   The Son of God כ
   taught ל
   the covenant made by the Father מ
   The Son of Man נ
   fulfilled the spiritual works of God ס
   reconciling holiness and grace by being made to be sin. ע
   He spoke in parables פ 
   of the cross צ
   The Son of God died and rose ק
   revealing ר
   that his word does not return void (resurrected with a bride) ש
   He completed his work, with a new life responding to him ת
   The Son of God died ך
   and finished the declared works ם
   The Son of Man died ן
   Prophecy was fulfilled (the prophet died) ף
   Judgement was ended (the judge/righteous man died) ץ
   Christ reigns as king <Final Shin>