Strong's Concordance. amanah: faith, support. Original Word: אֲמָנָה. Part of
Speech: Noun Feminine Transliteration: amanah. Phonetic Spelling: (am-aw-naw
The Hebrew word translated as "faith" (emunah, derived from the Hebrew root '
aman, meaning to nourish, to make firm and strong), is perhaps better translated
Faith of any kind itself must have an object-- whether it is (minimally) the truth ...
The word emunah itself comes from aman, which means to securely trust or rely ...
Because the Jews thought in concrete rather than abstract terms, Hebrew words
were designed to form mental pictures. There are five Hebrew word-pictures of ...
The root word from which we get 'faith, the noun is PISTIS, and 'believe', the verb
is PISTUEO. FAITH ...
Faith, in my humble opinion, is second only to law as the most misused word in
the ... In Hebrew / Scriptural thought, this was called "destroying the law" ...
In the following article, Kellner discusses the biblical value of emunah. Like
Martin Buber before him, he convincingly shows that this word implies t ...
But it is important to understand that the key word, emunah, that we translate "
believe" has a different emphasis in Hebrew than we tend to hear. ... The word
emunah does mean to have faith, but it has a broader meaning that has
Another thing to note about faith is that in Hebrew the word for faith Emunah not
only has a noun form but a verb form. In my Hebrew B'rit HaChadasha (New ...
... is Faith? Definition and meaning:FAITH fath: 1. ... The Hebrew language has
six terms that develop the fundamental ideas of belief, trust, and loyalty. The root