The Aramaic-English New Testament (Color Edition)
eBook (PDF), 730 Pages
This is the 3rd edition of the color interlinear New Testament in the language of Jesus and his countrymen of 1st century Israel, with a word for word translation into English next to each Aramaic word. Aramaic was used in Mel Gibson's film "The Passion of the Christ" to make the film as realistic and accurate as possible. This New Testament will surprise and thrill the reader with its power and inspiration coming from the words of "Eesho" (“Jesus” in ancient Aramaic) as He originally spoke them and a very literal English rendering. Much evidence is presented demonstrating very powerfully that The Peshitta Aramaic NT is the original behind The Greek NT. Full color is used throughout the book, with many graphics and even photos from Dead Sea Scrolls to illustrate an Aramaic verse and how a reading was interpreted by a Greek translating the text.730 pages-8.5x11" Hardbound in full Color.
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Aug 10, 2010"Book Review by Bible & Hebrew scholar Roy Reinhold" Book Review: The Aramaic-English Interlinear New Testament NEW April 4, 2008 The world has long needed a complete Interlinear of the Peshitta Aramaic NT, and this fresh new translation proves to be an invaluable study tool for all Christians. After using this Interlinear for over 6 months, I can truthfully say that it has added more to my understanding of the NT than any other Bible version or tool. Take a look at the book review, and then get it! The Aramaic-English Interlinear New Testament by Pastor David Bauscher, a new fresh translation in 2007 Believe it or not, but prior to Pastor David Bauscher creating his new word-for-word Peshitta Aramaic-English Interlinear, there was none available for the entire NT. It's a new Interlinear published in 2007, and based on years of work. I've been using his Interlinear and his separate smooth English translation in excess of 6 months and am basing this review on my... More > extensive use of these wonderful books. Pastor David Bauscher completed the Interlinear first; and it has extensive notes throughout which comment on differences with the Greek NT manuscripts. The Interlinear is based on the 1905 Syriac Peshitta Aramaic NT except for The Revelation which uses the Crawford manuscript. Pastor Bauscher's Interlinear is a fresh translation throughout, although he consulted Paul Younan's Interlinear of the Gospels, Murdock's translation, and Dr. George M. Lamsa's translation. For those unfamiliar with the Peshitta Aramaic NT, traditionally Western academics believed that the Aramaic NT is a 2nd Century AD translation, whereas the Ancient Church of the East claims they received the originals from the apostles in their own language with no need for translation. There is extensive evidence that few people spoke fluent Greek in Israel at the time of Jesus (Yeshua) according to Josephus. (He says that only a handful of people in the entire country were fluent enough in Greek to write it well, and that is why he wrote The Wars of the Jews and The Antiquities of the Jews in his own language: Aramaic, and then had it translated to Greek later.) The point is that this Peshitta Aramaic NT preserved by the Ancient Church of the East is likely the original New Testament. What a powerful statement: that the Peshitta Aramaic NT is likely the original NT! You will see in Pastor Bauscher's Interlinear, extensive evidence for Peshitta Aramaic primacy, with helpful direct linguistic proofs. As you might discern, I love using this new Interlinear. Yes, the Greek NT or English translations from the Greek are 95% the same as the Peshitta Aramaic NT; but it is the 5% difference that is compelling, interesting, and highly useful for Bible students and scholars. There are nuances of meaning differences throughout the Interlinear as compared to most modern English Bibles. What this Interlinear will do is re-invigorate your NT Bible reading. I therefore give my highest and best recommendation that everyone buy this Interlinear. http://aramaicnt.com (Pastor David Bauscher's Aramaic New Testament website)< Less
Jan 19, 2008"If I knew he was a nut. " If I knew he was a nut I would not have ordered the book. His comments make me want to throw it in the trash because I can't trust the information. He even brought in the pagan christ-mass statement as if the bible taught such stuff. The truth about christ-mass should be told and should not be stated as if it is from the New Testament. If this author does not know the truth about this than how can he know anything else? I wasted my money I guess.
Jul 22, 2007"This book is for all who love Jesus!" Check it out: http://www.lulu.com/content/776556
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