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The Aramaic–English Interlinear New Testament - Color edition (Volume 1)

eBook (PDF), 345 Pages
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This is The N.T. Gospels 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 as possible. This New Testament will surprise and thrill the reader with its power and inspiration coming from the words of "Yeshua" (“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. There are 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.345 pages.Full Color Hardback 8.3x11". Pastor Dave is a former high school science teacher with a proficiency in Hebrew, Greek and Aramaic and has been preaching & teaching The Bible... More > since 1976 in several churches in the USA.< Less
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Product Details

Edition
2nd Edition
Publisher
Bauscher/Lulu
Published
September 30, 2011
Language
English
Pages
345
File Format
PDF
File Size
5.05 MB

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