I wanted to write a review when LA 151 came out but didn’t. Now that LA 171 is out I just feel as though someone should review this product. First of all, Michael Heiser is to be commended on his effort producing this resource. I believe Dr. Heiser is exceptionally qualified to undertake producing this mobile ed. course. It is hard to rate this product without qualifying my rating. If this course was intended for new believers still doing word studies with a Strongs Concordence book then I would have no problem rating this course as a “4 star”. I just feel as though Faithlife has missed an opportunity to produce an exceptional product that would appeal to a much larger market if it had done things a little different. I suppose the main reason I am writing this review is because after watching both LA 151 and LA 171 many times I just don’t understand Michael Heiser’s comment on Dr. John Walton’s article in NIDOTTE. I don’t understand Faithlife allowing it in the first place nor letting it stand in the new version. If anyone would care to check the facts you would see that John Walton was correct in his statement, “There is no basis in the context, however, for identifying any of these as a nuance of עַלְמָה.” Dr. Walton qualifies this statement later in the article saying, “It is evident that the primary meaning of the word has to do with sexual maturity and, by extension, the age of the young woman, not with sexual experience or the lack of it. That the word may be used of a virgin is evident: it is not used, however, to define her virginity, but to define her capacity for marriage.” Faithlife should apologize to Dr. Walton for letting this go on for this many years.