So we've been looking at binary vs ternary, intuitive vs logical, now here's Hebrew vs Greek thought:
Hebrew and Greek are two totally different ways of seeing things. Greek is more abstract, linear. Hebrew is more intimate, concrete. Several distinct differences between the two are discussed.
[Edit, later, I found this related video series which I'm thoroughly enjoying: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UjS0Ax5pGkE&list=PLUJyZp8VatmKYtdOqAmdI9pwoLIGkMaqX&index=1]