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“But when the set time had fully come, God sent his Son, born of a woman, born under the law, to redeem those under the law, that we might receive adoption to sonship.” — Galatians 4:4-5 Listen to chapter Copyright © 1973, 1978, 1984, 2011 by Biblica. Powered by BibleGateway.com.

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A Language Resurrected From the Ashes of History

A little less than 2000 years ago, the city of Jerusalem was burned to the ground and the Jewish people were exiled from their homeland. As a result of this cataclysm, the Jewish religion changed dramatically. Without a Temple, sacrifices ceased and were replaced with prayer. By the same token, the Hebrew language also changed dramatically. Scattered throughout the Diaspora, the Jews stopped speaking Hebrew in their daily affairs. Hebrew was reserved for sacred purposes only. It was the language of prayer in the synagogue, known as lashon qodesh (לָשׁוֹן הַקּוֹדֶשׁ), meaning the “holy tongue”.

The First Native Speakers of Modern Hebrew

Miraculously, in the late 19th century Hebrew was brought back to life by the early Zionist pioneers. Almost 150 years ago the eminent scholar Eliezer ben Yehuda dusted off the archaic language of the Bible and adjusted it for modern life. He invented hundreds of new words by expanding ancient roots. His son Ben-Zion was the first native speaker of Hebrew since the days of ancient Israel. At first, people scoffed at this crazy project. But it succeeded! This is one of the modern State of Israel’s most important contributions to Jewish identity.

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从历史的灰烬中复活的语言

不到2000年前,耶路撒冷城被烧成灰烬,犹太人被逐出家园。由于这场灾难,犹太宗教发生了巨大的变化。没有寺庙,祭祀就停止了,用祈祷代替了。同样,希伯来语也发生了巨大的变化。散布在散居各地的犹太人在日常事务中不再说希伯来语。希伯来语只是为了神圣的目的而保留的。它是犹太会堂里的祈祷语言,被称为“拉松qodesh”(______),意思是“神圣的舌头”。

现代希伯来语的第一批母语人士

令人惊奇的是,在19世纪晚期,希伯来语被早期犹太复国主义先驱们带回了生命。将近150年前,著名学者埃利泽·本·耶胡达掸掉了圣经中的古老语言,并调整了它以适应现代生活。他发明了数百个新词,通过扩充古老的词根。他的儿子本锡安是自古以色列以来第一个以希伯来语为母语的人。起初,人们嘲笑这个疯狂的计划。但它成功了!这是现代以色列国对犹太人身份的最重要贡献之一。

成为希伯来无与伦比的复兴的一部分

希伯来语的现代复兴是一种无与伦比的语言现象。一种古老而死去的语言从未被现代化和复兴,并且以如此的成功回归大众使用。今天,世界各地有九百万个希伯来语的发言者。我们在希伯来的罗森学校希望你成为他们中的一员!加入以色列人民,加入我们的现代希伯来课程。沉浸在罗森希伯来语学校,在线学习经验由真正的专家讲授,来自以色列。在希伯来人惊人的重生中扮演积极的角色!

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