The Greek language originated from the Hebrew language. The ancient Greek language originated from the scriptures, but how can these languages be of God? The Hebrew alphabet is said to be the shape of tree branches. The Greek language is used in technical and scientific words and definitions. It is even used in mathematics also in symbolic logic, and computational work in the field of computer science. Greek is extremely useful in the sciences, and philosophy, where the original language is written by Socrates, and Plato. In the sciences researchers communicate their symbols through mathematical equations that are abstract. Greek is still spoken in Greece where it has evolved from Ancient archaic Greek to modern Greek. In the past, the Greek language didn’t have any kind of stress system. Instead it had a accent-pitch sound when it was spoken in the 1st century A.D by the common people of the Middle Eastern world. This language had an artistic diatonic sound when it had the pitch sound because the sound of people speaking ancient Greek would sound beautiful, and aesthetically pleasing.
In the Hebrew Scriptures a ton of scriptures are concrete in nature and simple to grasp, but in the Greek scriptures of the New Testament like the Apocalypses or Revelation it is abstract and more difficult for a population of believer’s to grasp because of the use of the abstract word “love”. When a word in Greek is abstract it is harder to comprehend by the human mind, for example “love one another” it encompasses a huge amount of commandments, but what is concrete is easy to imagine for example the depiction of a withered fig tree symbolizing the faith people have toward God. Of course there is nothing wrong with studying both of these languages , and in my opinion they should not be studied separately. One shouldn’t neglect the other language because I they are the original language of the scriptures. I think, the New Testament has Greek words that sound more to me like Hebrew words. For instance, the word “Eloi” meaning in Hebrew “my God” is found in the Greek, but the writers of the Renewed Covenant, or New Testament placed it in the Greek language because they wanted the common people, and for that matter people from all over the world to understand what was written by the reporters of the bible. It could be that the Greek speaking world at the time wanted it in Greek, and was previously, and originally written in Hebrew. But, the isn’t enough evidence to support that premise. So, we are left with what we have, and hopefully archaeologists will find the ancient scrolls of the Gospels written in Hebrew.