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  • Submitted: Mar 10 2014 02:04 AM
  • Last Updated: Jan 27 2016 10:33 AM
  • File Size: 346.87MB
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  • Author: dan ramsey
  • e-Sword Version: 9.x - 10.x
  • Tab Name: HSP HSP+ HSP1 HSP2 HSP3 HSR HSR+ HSR1
  • Suggest New Tag:: Modern Hebrew Bible with Strongs

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e-Sword 9+ Module Download:
Download Hebrew Scripture Pattern & Representation

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Hebrew Modern (1800-Today)

Author:
dan ramsey

e-Sword Version:
9.x - 10.x

Tab Name:
HSP HSP+ HSP1 HSP2 HSP3 HSR HSR+ HSR1

Suggest New Tag::
Modern Hebrew Bible with Strongs

Bible Information
Bible Support Descriptions

1 HSP
Hebrew Scripture Pattern represents scripture as written according to the Hebrew pattern of writing that is square and without vowels. This is a derivative work taken from the Modern Hebrew version of THE UNBOUND BIBLE (www.unboundbible.org) #copyright completely free to download and use, courtesy of Biola University. The fonts STAM, SBL Hebrew, Bwhebb, and Titus Cyberbit Basic; better represent the form and pattern of the Holy "square" writing, but the fonts Arial, Calibri and Tahoma, keep the basic outline of the pattern.

2 HSP+
Hebrew Scripture Pattern plus Strongs numbers includes the canon of scripture according to the pattern written in Hebrew without vowels. This is a derivative work taken from the Modern Hebrew version of THE UNBOUND BIBLE (www.unboundbible.org) #copyright completely free to download and use, courtesy of Biola University.

3 HSP1
Hebrew scripture pattern and ordinal token values according to the Hebraic pattern written without vowels. The ordinal numbers of the individual tokens were derived from the acrostic scriptures. This work was derived from a modern Hebrew version of THE UNBOUND BIBLE (www.unboundbible.org) #copyright completely free to download and use, courtesy of Biola University. These ordinal token values can serve as a transition or stepping stone between the representation used in HSP3; HSR; and HSR+ and the Hebrew sign and letter patterns used in HSP; HSP+; HSP1; & HSP2.

4 HSP2
Hebrew scripture pattern and great token values according to the Hebraic pattern written without vowels. The great numbers of the individual tokens were derived from the acrostic scriptures. This work was derived from a modern Hebrew version of THE UNBOUND BIBLE (www.unboundbible.org) #copyright completely free to download and use, courtesy of Biola University. These ordinal token values can serve as a transition or stepping stone between the representation used in HSP3; HSR; and HSR+ and the Hebrew sign and letter patterns used in HSP; HSP+; HSP1; & HSP2.

5 HSP3
Hebrew Scripture Represented as typed with every Hebrew letter represented by the key sign on the US keyboard Hebrew (Sil) with two exceptions (a) replaces (>) for 1 alef and (e) replaces (<) for 16 eyin. The software and instructions for this easy to use keyboard can be found here (http://www.sbl-site.org) the site of the Society for Biblical Literature under educational resources, Biblical Fonts. Reading left to right this representation includes the ordinal values of every Hebrew sign derived from the acrostic writings of the scriptures. These ordinal token values can serve as a transition or stepping stone between the representation used in HSP3; HSR; and HSR+ and the Hebrew sign and letter patterns used in HSP; HSP+; HSP1; & HSP2.

6 HSR
Hebrew Scripture Represented as typed with every Hebrew letter represented by the key sign on the US keyboard Hebrew (Sil) with two exceptions (a) replaces (>) for 1 alef and (e) replaces (<) for 16 eyin. The software and instructions for this easy to use keyboard can be found here (http://www.sbl-site.org) the site of the Society for Biblical Literature under educational resources, Biblical Fonts. Reading left to right this representation is decent for searching Hebrew word and phrase patterns as written. 1/4/2016 improved phrase search

7 HSR+
Hebrew Scripture Represented as typed with every Hebrew letter represented by the key sign on the US keyboard Hebrew (Sil) (red) with two exceptions (a) replaces (>) for 1 alef and (e) replaces (<) for 16 eyin. Reading left to right this red letter representation is decent for searching Hebrew word and phrase patterns as written with Strong's numbers. The software and instructions for this easy to use keyboard can be found here (http://www.sbl-site.org) the site of the Society for Biblical Literature under educational resources, Biblical Fonts.

8 HSR1
Hebrew Scripture Represented as typed with every Hebrew letter represented by the key sign on the US keyboard Hebrew (Sil) (red) with two exceptions (a) replaces (>) for 1 alef and (e) replaces (<) for 16 eyin. Reading left to right this red letter representation is decent for searching Hebrew word and phrase patterns as written with Strong's numbers but be aware the grey root patterns are doubled with the red. The software and instructions for this easy to use keyboard can be found here (http://www.sbl-site.org) the site of the Society for Biblical Literature under educational resources, Biblical Fonts. Also reading left to right the integrated interpretation (blue english) (grey hebrew) was integrated as a stepping stone to seeing the signs and words of scripture as written in Hebrew and back again to the scriptures. (Warning: this integrated interpretation has neither worldly accreditation or acceptance and continues as a work in progress beginning at the Gospel of John chapter 1-6)

HSP1 HSP2 and HSP3 are numerical. HSP1 and HSP2 are two of several number schemes. HSP3 is a keyboard representation and includes the ordinal values from HSP1 so it can serve as a transitional form between the Hebrew token patterns and the keyboard representation. I do not use these anymore because I've memorized the numerical values.

I am considering continuing the integrated interpretation as far as I am able and doing a topic module with the token information, but for now the translations are too varied from verse to verse to continue with a dictionary so for now my dictionary files are what they are as they remain incomplete rough drafts. djr


how do i open these once downloaded   Im having trouble

There is a great tool on this site called the e-sword module installer that takes care of a lot of issues.  Before that I had to move the files manually from my downloads into the e-sword file where the original modules for e-sword were recorded and then restart e-sword if it was running.  I hope that helps. djr.  I have no idea how the files work on Linux or Mac.

May YAH bless you for sharing this wonderful resource! Thank you!


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