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 Welcome to the Student Resource Center

Modular Biblical Training Academy

“Teaching Timeless Torah Truths”

 

   The purpose of the Student Resource Center is to provide online materials for Students of Torah.  We will add to these resources, as they become available.

Articles and Study Tools

   In this section of our Student Resource Center you will find articles and study tools carefully chosen to assist in the kind of learning that we hope to provide for meaningful “Table Talk” in your home and when you gather together with friends who love to speak together within Timeless Torah Truths. 

   Be sure to read the material carefully within the context of what you are exploring in the MBTA Sitting Rooms.  These are truths that you need in repetition and in various connections of Torah Truths. So if you notice that it is something you have already read, it is important that you still re-read the material from within the context of the MBTA Sitting Room. Then sit and think within what you are reading.

MBTA Discussion of chata’ah

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The Cycle Of The Moon

The Cycle Of The Moon

In this Article, we will consider how the monthly cycle of the waxing and waning of the moon might illustrate for us something critically important about the covenant of Torah. Perhaps the Holy One designed the renewing appearance of the moon each month as a monthly...

Why French kids don’t have ADHD

Why French kids don’t have ADHD

Dear students of MBT Academy, We are including this article in our Student Resources. After you have spent a significant amount of time in Sitting Rooms 1 & 2, you will read this article with new eyes. We have marked some phrases with this color of green for you...

Understanding The Word lev, לב In The Ancient Semitic Languages

Understanding The Word lev, לב In The Ancient Semitic Languages

The Hebrew word often translated “heart” is the word lev, לב. Although lev is frequently translated as “heart,” it should be rendered “mind.”  This information is actually very important for accurate reading of many Biblical texts. Based upon personal conversations...