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Hebrew Gospel Resources
A special welcome to all visitors of Hebrew heritage! This page contains
links to Bibles, stories and web sites written in Hebrew which tell about Jesus
and His love for the Jewish people.
Many followers of Jesus are praying that God will continue to bless the Hebrew people,
and some of the links on this page have information to help them learn more about the Hebrew language and culture.
Thank you for visiting. May the grace and peace of God be yours today!
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Publications About Jesus in the Hebrew Language
The Four Spiritual Laws explains God's plan of salvation in Hebrew.
"YESHUA IN THE TENACH" is an interesting article (written in English).
||GotQuestions.org answers basic questions about Christianity in many languages including Hebrew.
Thru the Bible, the classic five-year radio Bible study with Dr. J. Vernon McGee, is broadcast daily on the internet in Hebrew.
Hebrew Bibles online:
Modern Hebrew Bibles to purchase:
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Ancient Hebrew Bibles to purchase:
Find audio, online and print Bibles in 250 languages at Bibles in Your Language.
Background Info on the Hebrew People
According to the World Factbook, 5.8 million people live in Israel (2000 figures). The population is 80.1% Jewish (Europe/America-born 32.1%, Israel-born 20.8%, Africa-born 14.6%, Asia-born 12.6%) and 19.9% non-Jewish (mostly Arab) (1996 est.)
Hebrew is the official language, with Arabic used officially for Arab minority. English is the most commonly used foreign language.
Religion in Israel is reported to be 80.1% Jewish, 14.6% Muslim (mostly Sunni Muslim), 2.1% Christian, and other 3.2% (1996 est.)
The SIL Ethnologue reports that 4.6 million people worldwide speak Hebrew, including 63% of the population of Israel. Five percent of the population of Israel speak Yiddish.
The U.S. Census Bureau reports that over 144,000 people living in the U.S. spoke Hebrew in 1990, making Hebrew number 23 on the Top 50 Languages Spoken in the U.S.
One of the best introductions to the culture and customs of the people of Israel is the 4-page Culturegram published by Brigham Young University. You can download a 4-page pdf file for $4.
Information for Churches
Perhaps you've noticed that several Hebrew-speaking families have moved into your community. Your church would like to get acquainted with them and find ways to serve your new neighbors. But how can you begin?
Begin by cultivating a loving heart, a listening ear, and the habit of prayer. Look for opportunities to learn about other cultures and develop skills for cross-cultural communication. There are lots of resources on this site, including the article "How to Start a Cross-Cultural Ministry," that can help you prepare to move forward in faith.
The Jesus Film is a great way to share the gospel in the "heart language" of your Hebrew neighbors. Campus Crusade for Christ has produced this beautiful film of the gospel of Luke and translated it into over 600 languages, including Hebrew. Your church can buy a video for less than $20 and sponsor a "Hebrew Night" to show the film and begin a dialogue. Ask Hebrew leaders in the community if they would like to see the film and if they'll help you invite other families.
To order the Jesus Film, visit Jesusfilm.org. Or order by phone from Campus Crusade at 1-800-432-1997.
God's Story is an 80-minute video which presents the Bible from Genesis to Revelation. The video (and an audio version) are available in Hebrew.
The International School of Ministry offers affordable bible training in Hebrew . Their course in structured, taught by interdenominational Christian leaders, and available on audio tapes so your church can become a training center.
Bridges for Peace works to promote better Christian-Jewish understanding and support for Israel.
The web site for Christian Witness to Israel includes an article entitled, "Telling Jewish People about Jesus."
Jews for Jesus now has two sites: one for believers and one for those who don't believe in Jesus.
CJF publishes articles to "share the Gospel of Yeshua Hamashiach" and " teach the local church about its Jewish roots."
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