I would concur that Hebraic thought stands as one of the most profound intellectual traditions throughout human history, owing to its divine origins. The scriptures were penned in such a manner that they necessitate a specific mindset for proper interpretation. Our Bible encompasses not merely words and events, but an intricate tapestry of history, culture, ethics, morals, language, and more, all harmoniously contributing to the Hebraic worldview. It is within this worldview that we find the key to comprehending God, His preferences, aversions, and the underlying rationale. This isn’t to assert that the Hebraic perspective is the sole avenue for interpretation, as various traditions influence our reading of the Bible and understanding of God. Nevertheless, the central question invariably circles back to “What did the author genuinely intend?”—an inquiry that invariably leads us to the invaluable Hebraic tradition, a treasure perhaps overlooked by many.