The Original Holy Peshitta Bible Translated (the Former Prophets and the Holy Writings) Joshua to Esther

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The Original Holy Peshitta Bible Translated (The Former Prophets and The Holy Writings) Joshua to Esther (12 historical books) is translated from the world's oldest complete Semitic Bible - Codex Ambrosianus (6th century AD. The Peshitta Old Testament Bible is written in Aramaic and was translated from early Hebrew manuscripts in the 1st century A.D., before the Massoretic Hebrew text edition became the standard. The Massoretic edition is that used today in Jewish synagogues and temples worldwide and is the text translated to produce most Bible translations of the Old Testament. The Peshitta's Aramaic (Aramaic is a sister Semitic language to Hebrew) gives us a clear look at what the Hebrew Bible text was before the corrupt Scribes of Jesus' time and earlier had altered many of its readings for theological and political reasons. E-Book 308 pages with notes. Cover photo is an Aramaic letter to Judea 11/7, 407 BC -17th yr of Darius in Elephantine Egypt, requesting authority for the... More > rebuilding of a Jewish Temple< Less
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September 28, 2018
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