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Aramaic Bible

 
me and only me
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10/04/2012 09:59 PM
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not all of it was gree there were only ahand full of books that were written in greek. infact aramaic was the world language for trade before greek. please if your going to say something at least get your facts straight!

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IF YOU HAVE A LINK THAT PROVIDES A FREE TRANSLATION,FINE.

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10/04/2012 10:21 PM
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How could anyone think that Greek was the original language of the scriptures? There is an abundant amount of evidence it was ancient Aramaic ancient aramaic and ancient hebrew are virtually the same language. For you to get on here and throw greek at aramaic as the true language is insane.
the greek came with the romans long after the scriptures.

some people just refuse to hear the Truth though, or don't reconize it because they believe the lies they have seen.

I've read these translations and found them enlightening. They flowed with a smooth orderly and simple to understand message.

here is another but harder to read translation
[link to www.peshitta.org]
 Quoting: cecil 952585


this is very controversial. the OT is hebrew, and then got translated to aramaic. the NT, the best source is the septaugint, not the peshita, if you think peshita, then you are aligned with the minority opinion, and this is a very very miniscule number of people who believe this, going back to the 1600's and the KJV, in the KJV they used aramaic, hebrew, septaugint, everything.. we do not even possess some of the versions they had at their disposal at that time

use the peshita as another resource, and read all of them, use all of them.. to get ever closer and closer.. also, there are book and more books about related..

Last Edited by Aikan on 10/04/2012 10:23 PM
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How could anyone think that Greek was the original language of the scriptures? There is an abundant amount of evidence it was ancient Aramaic ancient aramaic and ancient hebrew are virtually the same language. For you to get on here and throw greek at aramaic as the true language is insane.
the greek came with the romans long after the scriptures.

some people just refuse to hear the Truth though, or don't reconize it because they believe the lies they have seen.

I've read these translations and found them enlightening. They flowed with a smooth orderly and simple to understand message.

here is another but harder to read translation
[link to www.peshitta.org]
 Quoting: cecil 952585


this is very controversial. the OT is hebrew, and then got translated to aramaic. the NT, the best source is the septaugint, not the peshita, if you think peshita, then you are aligned with the minority opinion, and this is a very very miniscule number of people who believe this, going back to the 1600's and the KJV, in the KJV they used aramaic, hebrew, septaugint, everything.. we do not even possess some of the versions they had at their disposal at that time

use the peshita as another resource, and read all of them, use all of them.. to get ever closer and closer.. also, there are book and more books about related..
 Quoting: Aikan


Why are people shocked by the possibility that some of the NT was originally written in Greek? Greece was still culturally dominant in that time, as was their language. It was the language of the educated class, much like Latin was later on in Europe, and French in Europe, now English nowadays. It would be like someone was shocked to hear a Chinese scientist wrote his paper in English today.
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How could anyone think that Greek was the original language of the scriptures? There is an abundant amount of evidence it was ancient Aramaic ancient aramaic and ancient hebrew are virtually the same language. For you to get on here and throw greek at aramaic as the true language is insane.
the greek came with the romans long after the scriptures.

some people just refuse to hear the Truth though, or don't reconize it because they believe the lies they have seen.

I've read these translations and found them enlightening. They flowed with a smooth orderly and simple to understand message.

here is another but harder to read translation
[link to www.peshitta.org]
 Quoting: cecil 952585

Koine Greek was the language of the eastern roman empire... the fact remains the NT was composed entirely in Greek. These Aramaic translations while interesting are merely reverse translations, trying to e trapolate new meanongs from an aramaic reading. Nothing outlandishly new or conspiratorial can be revealed and the reader is really in the hands of the translators. The most accurate translation available is the ESV.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 956395


>Even if Jesus spoke Aramaic which is now coming under scrutiny..

jesus probably spoke aramaic, and he more than likely spoke greek. and most likely understook hebrew since its almost exactly like aramaic.
greek back then is like english is today. the common language was 'aramaic'.

was something written in aramiac first? it doesn't matter, we don't have it. become syrian orthodox and use the peshita if you want to.

refer to my post above.. the second post down from the top of this page..

Last Edited by Aikan on 10/04/2012 10:31 PM
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how cool thanks