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The Lord's Prayer in Ancient Aramaic. "Aramaic" the language that Jesus spoke to his disciples

 
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I would assume Hebrew would have been spoken by the religious elite. In contrast, a poor man would speak the common language of the region.
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So Hebrew would only be spoken in the synagogues? Maybe the people spoke Greek (and maybe some other languages too) since it was the eastern Roman Empire?
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Jesus did not speak Aramaic / Syriac / Babylonian.. he was Hebrew and that is what was spoke, as recorded in Matthew and elsewhere.

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 Quoting: Axx 18456325


I thought Jesus was a white guy that spoke perfect English.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18553547


who or what decides what is 'perfect English' ??

and is it British English or American English you are refering to ??

there are two English languages....all about the horse
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If Jesus and His apostles only spoke Hebrew, why did the apostles write the new testament in Greek?

If people really were supposed to call Jesus by a Hebrew name, why didn't the apostles write that in the bible somewhere? Why did they repeatedly write His Name in Greek in the bible?

Why is it that the name of Jesus Christ in Hebrew isn't in the bible anywhere? If Jesus's "real name" must be written in Hebrew, why didn't they write His Name in Hebrew in the bible?
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Get this ..

The greatest civilization that existed around that time , in that area , could only manage to communicate using pictures ---- the Egyptians and their hyroglyphs ..

Are you all trying to tell me a bunch of primitive goat herding tribes left reams of easily translatable texts ..

The whole dang lot was written by historians /writers with no first hand knowledge of what actually was said or occurred many centuries previously ..


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Jesus did not speak Aramaic / Syriac / Babylonian.. he was Hebrew and that is what was spoke, as recorded in Matthew and elsewhere.

[link to www.youtube.com]


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 Quoting: Axx 18456325


I thought Jesus was a white guy that spoke perfect English.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18553547


who or what decides what is 'perfect English' ??

and is it British English or American English you are refering to ??

there are two English languages....all about the horse
 Quoting: Daniel S


No, there is one English language, and one fucked up imitation, we aint got a language of our own American version.
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stop worshipping the god/devil thingy lol Abrahamist faiths are the most evil shit ever took place on earth.
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Anno Mundi 4004 (The year of our LORD)
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Re: The Lord's Prayer in Ancient Aramaic. "Aramaic" the language that Jesus spoke to his disciples
Jesus did not speak Aramaic / Syriac / Babylonian.. he was Hebrew and that is what was spoke, as recorded in Matthew and elsewhere.

[link to www.youtube.com]


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 Quoting: Axx 18456325


I thought Jesus was a white guy that spoke perfect English.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18553547


who or what decides what is 'perfect English' ??

and is it British English or American English you are refering to ??

there are two English languages....all about the horse
 Quoting: Daniel S


No, there is one English language, and one fucked up imitation, we aint got a language of our own American version.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18556865


so do you go horse riding or horseback riding ??
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Aramic is like our common day english for the time... Hebrew was only spoken by the so called "high Priests" Its time u quit deceiving..For those that continue to deceive they will burn.
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Aramic is like our common day english for the time... Hebrew was only spoken by the so called "high Priests" Its time u quit deceiving..For those that continue to deceive burn.
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Exactly. Aramaic my ass. Sick and tired of you people spreading lies. HEBREW is the language Christ spoke..and his name is Yashaya which means SAVIOUR in Hebrew.
 Quoting: Axx 18456325


Ancient Hebrew didn't have /use vowels so his name could have been Yoshoyo or Yishiyi or any other combination of letters ..rofl

There were no numerals either , so all numbers and dates used in the Bible are pure conjecture or guess work ..

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16251668


Yod-Shin-Ayin are the hebrew letters.. add the proper vowel points and you have YASHAYA.

Is it really that hard to understand?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18556109


deceiver!

his name is yeshua. he spoke aramaic.
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Re: The Lord's Prayer in Ancient Aramaic. "Aramaic" the language that Jesus spoke to his disciples
Jesus did not speak Aramaic / Syriac / Babylonian.. he was Hebrew and that is what was spoke, as recorded in Matthew and elsewhere.

[link to www.youtube.com]


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 Quoting: Axx 18456325


I thought Jesus was a white guy that spoke perfect English.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18553547


who or what decides what is 'perfect English' ??

and is it British English or American English you are refering to ??

there are two English languages....all about the horse
 Quoting: Daniel S


No, there is one English language, and one fucked up imitation, we aint got a language of our own American version.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18556865


Jesus did not speak Aramaic / Syriac / Babylonian.. he was Hebrew and that is what was spoke, as recorded in Matthew and elsewhere.

[link to www.youtube.com]


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 Quoting: Axx 18456325


I thought Jesus was a white guy that spoke perfect English.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18553547


who or what decides what is 'perfect English' ??

and is it British English or American English you are refering to ??

there are two English languages....all about the horse
 Quoting: Daniel S


No, there is one English language, and one fucked up imitation, we aint got a language of our own American version.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18556865


After saying something like that you use our word "Ain't". Just thought it was kinda funny. I don't understand why any of this is relevant. Just call Him Emmanuel, or call Him Jesus, or Yahshua, or Issa, or whatever. I guarantee He knows all of the variations, and isn't too much concerned with original language. If you guys/gals put as much time in actually understanding His teachings as you do the spelling of His name or language He spoke you might actually be able to have a legitimate discussion. No offense, but this is nonsense.
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Lovely thread, OP, how do you say "mother" in Aramaic?
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Re: The Lord's Prayer in Ancient Aramaic. "Aramaic" the language that Jesus spoke to his disciples
Jesus did not speak Aramaic / Syriac / Babylonian.. he was Hebrew and that is what was spoke, as recorded in Matthew and elsewhere.

[link to www.youtube.com]


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 Quoting: Axx 18456325


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Jesus spoke Syriac Aramaic
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18553884

no jesus spoke the jewish aramaic with galilean dialect
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Pray for peace.

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