In today's world, knowing another language or two has become very, very important - even essential in some cases. Foreign communication surrounds most people daily, and people desire to obtain other l...
There are a number of reasons to learn a new language. But whether it is to stimulate your intellect, work towards personal growth, travel the world, or whatever else, most people would agree that stu...
Western Delaware is an updated take of a Southern Unami dialect, taught by the Delaware Tribe of Indians. It is labeled Western because the language was used in the Western region of Oklahoma.
Navajo (also spelled Navaho) is an Athabaskan language used in southwest America by the Navajo tribe. Its native name is Diné bizaad. It's unique in that most of the other Athabakan language family me...
You may have written off learning a foreign language, assuming that it will be very difficult. In this day and age, however, it's actually quite easy, due to a plethora of help and courses that exist.
Classical Judaism holds that there is a dual Torah, consisting of the Torah Sh'b'ktav (the Written Torah) and the Torah Sh'Ba'al Peh (the Oral Torah). Commandments derived from the written Torah are c...
Caddo is, understandably, a Caddoan language originating in the Southern Plains. It is the sole Southern tongue from the family and is spoken by very few among the Caddo Nation of Oklahoma.
Choctaw is a language conventionally spoken by the Choctaw tribe. It is grouped under the Muskogean family and is used by Native Americans in the southeastern U.S.
Like many other languages, the Cherokee tongue is named after its people, the Cherokee. It is classified under the Iroquoian language family, and it is the only Southern one from the group that is sti...
The revelatory experience at Sinai is considered by Jews as the seminal event in the history of the Jewish people.
One of the most well known Jewish practices related to the observance of Shabbat (the Sabbath) is the lighting of oil lamps or candles before its commencement.
If you are an American and have ever traveled to the UK, or visa versa, then you understand that American English and British English can sometimes feel like completely different languages.
The Bible never approaches the subject of Jewish identity quite as directly as the Mishnah and only addresses it circuitously. The patriarch of Abraham for example, the founder of Biblical faith, does...
In the Kabbalah, the divine name of God in Hebrew written in four Hebrew characters YHVH, represents the concept of Midat HaRachamim ( God's Attributes of Mercy).
One of the principal concerns of classical Jewish thought is the importance of biblical texts and their interpretation.