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SUCH A GOY !
May 21, 2019, 6:52 am
Filed under: Hebrew, nations, Uncategorized
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Photo by Wendy Wei on Pexels.com     Groups of people joined together have different names depending on the group. A “Am” in Biblical Hebrew or  nation in English  signifies a social collective joined together on an economic basis. “Goy” reflects cultural cohesiveness of a people. Yisrael is called in the Torah “Goy Kadosh” (A Holy nation, exo chapt,19)  The term “edah” and “kahal” are other Biblical words for groups the reflect a common denominator of a group around a spiritual idea and destiny. The sages tell us that “kahal” is used only to describe those who live in “Eretz Yisrael.” (The Land of Israel) The Land creates a connection between all its inhabitants, creating one unit.     Groups of people joined together have different names depending on the group. A “Am” in Biblical Hebrew or  nation in English  signifies a social collective joined together on an economic basis. “Goy” reflects cultural cohesiveness of a people. Yisrael is called in the Torah “Goy Kadosh” (A Holy nation)  The term “edah” and “kahal” are other Biblical words for groups the reflect a common denominator of a group around a spiritual idea and destiny. The sages tell us that “kahal” is used only to describe those who live in “Eretz Yisrael.” (The Land of Israel) The Land creates a connection between all its inhabitants, creating one unit.Groups of people joined together have different names depending on the group. A “Am” in Biblical Hebrew or  nation in English  signifies a social collective joined together on an economic basis. “Goy” reflects cultural cohesiveness of a people. Yisrael is called in the Torah “Goy Kadosh” (A Holy nation)  The term “edah” and “kahal” are other Biblical words for groups the reflect a common denominator of a group around a spiritual idea and destiny. The sages tell us that “kahal” is used only to describe those who live in “Eretz Yisrael.” (The Land of Israel) The Land creates a connection between all its inhabitants, creating one unit.

Groups of people joined together have different names depending on the group. A “Am” in Biblical Hebrew or  nation in English  signifies a social collective joined together on an economic basis. “Goy” reflects cultural cohesiveness of a people. Yisrael is called in the Torah “Goy Kadosh” (A Holy nation)  The term “Aadah” and “kahal” are other Biblical words for groups the reflect a common denominator of a group around a spiritual idea and destiny. “Aad” literally means witness. So a “Aadah” is a group that witnessed something.  The sages tell us that “kahal” is used only to describe those who live in “Eretz Yisrael.” (The Land of Israel) The Land creates a connection between all its inhabitants, creating one unit.