New Strategy Adds Another Layer of Understanding to the Reading of the Torah

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Mill City Press presents a unique perspective on the study of Biblical Hebrew texts.

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With the mastery of a few necessary Hebrew skills and a minimal investment in materials, anyone who desires to tap into the Creator’s outline and notes can achieve a level of Biblical understanding far beyond what one could have imagined.

Author Philip E. Steifel Sr. shares his particular method of connecting with God’s Word in The Numerical Structure of the Torah, A Logistical Primer ($19.49, paperback, 9781662808623; $9.99, e-book, 9781662808630).

During his personal immersion study into Biblical Hebrew, Stiefel discovered a pattern within the Torah that he relates to a numerical structure. His teacher’s training ignited and he dove into this method of reading comprehension. In this book, Stiefel guides readers through this process so they can relate to Scripture on a deeper level than ever before.

“With the mastery of a few necessary Hebrew skills and a minimal investment in materials, anyone who desires to tap into the Creator’s outline and notes can achieve a level of Biblical understanding far beyond what one could have imagined,” said Stiefel.

Phillip E. Stiefel Sr is a graduate of Oral Roberts University (BA in Bible, 1987) and a retired Virginia public school teacher. He considers himself a “maskil,” a son of Adam, who understands and seeks the Creator. Therefore, he is not an adherent of the Jewish, Christian, or Muslim faith.

Mill City Press, a division of Salem Media Group, is a leader in the general market division of self-publishing. The Numerical Structure of the Torah, A Logistical Primer is available online through amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com.

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