The Spirit in the Hebrew Bible
What is "ruah" in the Hebrew Bible? The word is translated as "spirit" and sometimes as "wind." This week's episode is a tiny sliver of the Roundtable Talk conversation called Spirit and Man in Ancient Judaism. Our guest is Dr. Jack Levison, who is a Hebrew Bible professor at Southern Methodist University. He addresses the significance of the Spirit in the Hebrew Bible using Numbers 11 as a test case.
This conversation focuses primarily on Dr. Levison’s book A Boundless God: The Spirit According to the Old Testament.
You can listen HERE to the whole RTT called Spirit and Man in Ancient Judaism.
Find out how you can get this and many other courses with one small monthly subscription at: https://israelbiblecenter.com
Stay connected with IBC on Facebook @IsraelBibleCenter or Twitter @IsraelStudy