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The Original Holy Peshitta Bible Translated (The Old Testament) By Rev. David Bauscher
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This is a literal prose English translation of the 1900+ year old Aramaic Old Testament called the Peshitta. This volume contains the entire OT- the 39 books of the Hebrew Bible and the Protestant... More > Old Testament canon. Aramaic was the native language of Jesus and of Israel in the 1st century AD. The text translated is the 6th-7th century Codex Ambrosianus- the oldest complete Semitic Old Testament extant. The Peshitta Old Testament was very likely translated from the Hebrew Bible in the 1st century AD in Israel by Christian coverts from Judaism, or possibly Syrian Christians from across Israel's border. Either way, the Peshitta Old and New Testaments together constitute the first Christian Bible. The author has translated and published an interlinear of the entire Aramaic Peshitta New Testament and plain English translations of the NT, the Torah, the Psalms & Proverbs. This is a hardcover 6x9" 668 pages in B&W print.< Less
The Original Holy Peshitta Bible Translated (The Old Testament) By Rev. David Bauscher
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This is a literal English translation of the 1900+ year old Aramaic Bible called the Peshitta. This volume contains the entire OT- the 39 books of the Protestant Old Testament canon. Aramaic was the... More > native language of Jesus and of Israel in the 1st century AD. The text translated is an edition of the 6th-7th century Codex Ambrosianus- the oldest complete Semitic Bible manuscript. The Peshitta Old Testament was very likely translated from the Hebrew Bible in the 1st century AD in Israel by Christian converts from Judaism, or possibly Syrian Christians from across Israel's border. Either way, the Peshitta Old and New Testaments together constitute the first Christian Bible. Hardback 8x11" 760 pages B&W.< Less
The Original Holy Peshitta Bible Translated (The Old Testament) By David Bauscher
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This is a literal prose English translation of the 1900+ year old Aramaic Old Testament called the Peshitta. This volume contains the entire OT- the 39 books of the Hebrew Bible and the Protestant... More > Old Testament canon. Aramaic was the native language of Jesus and of Israel in the 1st century AD. The text translated is the 6th-7th century Codex Ambrosianus- the oldest complete Semitic Old Testament extant. The Peshitta Old Testament was very likely translated from the Hebrew Bible in the 1st century AD in Israel by Christian coverts from Judaism, or possibly Syrian Christians from across Israel's border. Either way, the Peshitta Old and New Testaments together constitute the first Christian Bible. The author has translated and published an interlinear of the entire Aramaic Peshitta New Testament and plain English translations of the NT. This is a paperback 8x11" 588 pages in B&W print.< Less
The Original Holy Peshitta Bible Translated (the Old Testament) By Rev. David Bauscher
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This is a literal English translation of the 1900+ year old Aramaic Bible called the Peshitta. This volume contains the entire OT- the 39 books of the Protestant Old Testament canon. Aramaic was the... More > native language of Jesus and of Israel in the 1st century AD. The text translated is an edition of the 6th-7th century Codex Ambrosianus- the oldest complete Semitic Bible manuscript. The Peshitta Old Testament was very likely translated from the Hebrew Bible in the 1st century AD in Israel by Christian converts from Judaism, or possibly Syrian Christians from across Israel's border. E-Book PDF 858 pages< Less
The Original Holy Peshitta Bible Translated By Rev. David Bauscher
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This is a literal English translation of the 1900+ year old Aramaic Bible called the Peshitta. This volume contains the entire OT- the 39 books of the Hebrew Bible and the Protestant Old Testament... More > canon as well as the entire 27 book Aramaic New Testament. Aramaic was the native language of Jesus and of Israel in the 1st century AD. The text translated is an edition of the 6th-7th century Codex Ambrosianus- the oldest complete Semitic Old Testament manuscript and the 1905 Syriac Peshitta New Testament pub. by the British & Foreign Bible Society. The Peshitta Old Testament was very likely translated from the Hebrew Bible in the 1st century AD in Israel by Christian converts from Judaism, or possibly Syrian Christians from across Israel's border. Either way, the Peshitta Old and New Testaments together constitute the first Christian Bible. Please excuse the duplicate books of OT Psalms & Proverbs at the end of the NT.I decided leaving them in saved me a lot of trouble. PDF EBook 8x11" 1477 pages in color.< Less
The Complete Aramaic English Interlinear Peshitta Old Testament By Rev. David Bauscher
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This is a literal word for word interlinear translation of the 1900+ year old Aramaic Old Testament called the Peshitta. This volume contains the entire OT- the 39 books of the Hebrew Bible and the... More > Protestant Old Testament canon. Aramaic was the native language of Jesus, of Israel, of The Middle East and of Asia Minor in the 1st century AD and of most of the Jewish Diaspora throughout the world. The text translated is the 6th-7th century Codex Ambrosianus- the oldest complete Semitic Old Testament. The Peshitta Old Testament was very likely translated from the Hebrew Bible in the 1st century AD in Israel by Christian converts from Judaism, or possibly Syrian Christians from across Israel's border. Either way, the Peshitta Old and New Testaments together constitute the first Christian Bible. The author has translated and published an interlinear of the entire Aramaic Peshitta New Testament and plain English translations of the NT, the Torah, the Psalms & Proverbs. PDF EBook 8x11" 1962 pages in color.< Less
The First Century Aramaic Bible in Plain English- The Minor Prophets (Hosea to Malachi) By Rev. Glenn David Bauscher
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This is a literal translation of the 1900+ year old Aramaic Old Testament called the Peshitta. Aramaic was the native language of Jesus and of Israel in the 1st century AD. This volume contains the... More > Minor Prophets: Hosea, Joel, Amos,Obadiah,Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zecharaih, Malachi. The text translated is the 6th-7th century Codex Ambrosianus- the oldest complete Semitic Old Testament extant. The Peshitta Old Testament was very likely translated from the Hebrew Bible in the 1st century AD in Israel by Christian coverts from Judaism, or possibly Syrian Christians from across Israel's border. Either way, the Peshitta Old and New Testaments together constitute the first Christian Bible. The author has translated and published interlinears of the Aramaic Peshitta Torah, Psalms, Proverbs and Ecclesiastes, as well as the entire Aramaic Peshitta New Testament and plain English translations of the NT, the Torah, the Psalms & Proverbs. Hardback 6x9" 88 pages in B&W.< Less
The Original Holy Peshitta Bible Translated (the Book of Job) By Rev. David Bauscher
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This is a translation of the two thousand year old Aramaic Peshitta Bible book of Job as preserved in the world's oldest complete Semitic Bible called the Codex Ambrosianus of the 6th century AD.... More > Aramaic was the common language of Israel and the Middle East from the 6th century BC until at least 400 AD. The Peshitta Old Testament was translated in the 1st century from Hebrew manuscripts which very likely were at least a century old when they were translated, probably considerably older. The readings of Job in the Peshitta are generally in agreement with the standard Massoretic Hebrew Bible used for most OT Bible translations, at least in backgound and introductory passages as in chapters 1 to 4. In other dialogue passages, the readings become much more interesting! Job is generally thought to be one of the most difficult to unravel linguistically, textually and theologically. I believe the Peshitta helps considerably in this regard. The Codex Ambrosianus is several centuries older than the oldest Hebrew Bible< Less
The Original Holy Peshitta Bible Translated (the Book of Job) By Rev. David Bauscher
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This is a translation of the two thousand year old Aramaic Peshitta Bible book of Job as preserved in the world's oldest complete Semitic Bible called the Codex Ambrosianus of the 6th century AD.... More > Aramaic was the common language of Israel and the Middle East from the 6th century BC until at least 400 AD. The Peshitta Old Testament was translated in the 1st century from Hebrew manuscripts which very likely were at least a century old when they were translated, probably considerably older. The readings of Job in the Peshitta are generally in agreement with the standard Massoretic Hebrew Bible used for most OT Bible translations, at least in backgound and introductory passages as in chapters 1 to 4. In other dialogue passages, the readings become much more interesting! Job is generally thought to be one of the most difficult to unravel linguistically, textually and theologically. I believe the Peshitta helps considerably in this regard. The Codex Ambrosianus is several centuries older than the oldest Hebrew Bible< Less
The Original Holy Peshitta Bible Translated (the Former Prophets and the Holy Writings) Joshua to Esther By Rev. Glenn David Bauscher
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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... More > 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 rebuilding of a Jewish Temple< Less