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Albert Louis Garza II was born in 1971 to Silvana Dolores Salamone (Jewish Italian) and Albert Louis Garza Sr. in San Gabriel California. Albert Louis Garza II learned martial arts from his father Al Garza, creator of the Matrix System. Al Garza II holds black belts in Lima Lama, Kung Fu, Karate and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu under Pedro Carvalho. He began his training at the age of 5 with his father and continued his training with world champions such as Gene LeBell, Pedro Carvalho and Cleber Luciano who he competed against in his first Brazilian Jiu Jitsu black belt tournament. Al Garza's MMA record from 1995 to 2006 ended with 15-2-0. He is a former certified Defensive Tactics Instructor for the Correctional Academy at SJVC Hesperia Campus.
Al Garza's education includes a Bachelor's in Health Science, Bachelor's in Religion, Master's in Theology and a PhD in Biblical Studies. He has completed the Masters Linguistic Program from Hebrew University, Jerusalem, which included the study of Biblical Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek. Dr.Garza has authored over 20 books such as "An Introduction to Ancient and Modern Hebrew", "Elohim; They Are God", "The Ancient Jewish CROSS", "Yeshua?", "The Hebrew New Testament" and "The Jewish Unveiling Of Revelation And The End" who's contributing author was Kenneth Gentry Jr Th.D.
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He is currently working on a New Testament 8 volume series, "A Rabbinic Jewish Source Commentary and Language Study Bible". Matthew , John and Paul volume 6a and 6b are currently available on Amazon.com
Dr.Al Garza was the Religious Educating Coordinator holding both Federal and Government contracts for the DOD. He is the current director of The Hebrew Institute and has been a student of the Bible for over 25 years. Dr. Al Garza is currently in California where he now lives with his family and teaches at Victor Valley College in Victorville and Victor Valley Christian Church in Hesperia.
Biblical Hebrew, Modern Hebrew, morphology, lexicology, lexicography, onomastics, sociolinguistics and his current main research is the lexicography of Ancient Hebrew.