Course Study Guide
The Hebrew alphabet changed significantly after the Babylonian exile (597 – 582 BCE). If a group came to North America around 600 BCE we would expect that their script and the script of their descendants would differ from present-day script. Our Hebrew culture in North America in 150-200 AD because the destruction of the Second Temple in Jerusalem in 70 AD did not affect our culture. Since 1860, many other artifacts have been found which support the facts that early inhabitants of North America were of Israelite decent. The original Hebrew (We teach) Vs New modern Hebrew spoken in many other cultures around Mother Earth.
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