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Apostolic Writings of Mattithyâh By Yaakov Bar Yosef
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Aramaic was the native language of Yeshoo (Jesus). Etymologically, Allāh (Arabic name of god) is derived from the words Allaha (He was Deified), in Arabic "my god" will be ELAHAi like... More > in Aramaic. So then for Yeshoo (Jesus) Allaha meant god !!!:­) "Abba means father" in Arabic too. At the end of each chapter the Commentary on the New Testament is from the Talmud and Hebraica by John Lightfoot which puts insight Into this work along with the Aramaic Peshitta the Codex Ambrosianus and both the Kahbourish codex and the Crawford codex which were consulted and used as resources and research with other Ancient Aramaic manuscripts, including elucidated commentaries on the new testament from the Talmud and Hebraic. Due weight was given to the ancient versions as establishing a tradition of interpretation, out of the four levels of interpretation Parshat, Remez, D’rash, Sod, the Parshat method was employed for this translation of the Apostolic writings of Lūqā. English / Aramaic. Rav Yaakov Bar Yosef D.D.< Less
Apostolic Writings of Lukas By Yaakov Bar Yosef
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Aramaic was the native language of Yeshoo (Jesus). Etymologically, Allāh (Arabic name of god) is derived from the words Allaha (He was Deified), in Arabic "my god" will be ELAHAi like... More > in Aramaic. So then for Yeshoo (Jesus) Allaha meant god !!!:­) "Abba means father" in Arabic too. At the end of each chapter the Commentary on the New Testament is from the Talmud and Hebraica by John Lightfoot which puts insight Into this work along with the Aramaic Peshitta the Codex Ambrosianus and both the Kahbourish codex and the Crawford codex which were consulted and used as resources and research with other Ancient Aramaic manuscripts, including elucidated commentaries on the new testament from the Talmud and Hebraic. Due weight was given to the ancient versions as establishing a tradition of interpretation, out of the four levels of interpretation Parshat, Remez, D’rash, Sod, the Parshat method was employed for this translation of the Apostolic writings of Lūqā. English / Aramaic. Rav Yaakov Bar Yosef D.D< Less
Apostolic Writings of Mattithyâh By Yaakov Bar Yosef
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Aramaic was the native language of Yeshoo (Jesus). Etymologically, Allāh (Arabic name of god) is derived from the words Allaha (He was Deified), in Arabic "my god" will be ELAHAi like... More > in Aramaic. So then for Yeshoo (Jesus) Allaha meant god !!!:­) "Abba means father" in Arabic too. At the end of each chapter the Commentary on the New Testament is from the Talmud and Hebraica by John Lightfoot which puts insight Into this work along with the Aramaic Peshitta the Codex Ambrosianus and both the Kahbourish codex and the Crawford codex which were consulted and used as resources and research with other Ancient Aramaic manuscripts, including elucidated commentaries on the new testament from the Talmud and Hebraic. Due weight was given to the ancient versions as establishing a tradition of interpretation, out of the four levels of interpretation Parshat, Remez, D’rash, Sod, the Parshat method was employed for this translation of the Apostolic writings of Lūqā. English / Aramaic. Rav Yaakov Bar Yosef D.D.< Less
Apostolic Writings of Luqa By Yaakov Bar Yosef
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Aramaic was the native language of ISHO (Jesus). Etymologically, Allāh (Arabic name of god) is derived from the words Allaha (He was Deified), in Arabic "my god" will be ELAHAi like in... More > Aramaic. So then for ISHO (Jesus) Allaha meant god !!!:­) "Abba means father" in Arabic too. At the end of each chapter the Commentary on the New Testament is from the Talmud and Hebraica by John Lightfoot which puts insight Into this work along with the Aramaic Peshitta the Codex Ambrosianus and both the Kahbourish codex and the Crawford codex which were consulted and used as resources and research with other Ancient Aramaic manuscripts, including elucidated commentaries on the new testament from the Talmud and Hebraic. Due weight was given to the ancient versions as establishing a tradition of interpretation, out of the four levels of interpretation Parshat, Remez, D’rash, Sod, the Parshat method was employed for this translation of the Apostolic writings of Lūqā. English / Aramaic. Rav Yaakov Bar Yosef D.D.< Less
Apostolic Writings of Marquas By Yaakov Bar Yosef
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The Apostolic Writings of Marquas is the second book of the New Testament, it is one of the four canonical gospels and the three synoptic gospels. It tells of the ministry of Jesus from his baptism... More > by John the Baptist to his death and burial and the discovery of the empty tomb – there is no genealogy or birth narrative, nor, in the original ending at chapter 16. Due weight was given to the ancient versions as establishing a tradition of interpretation, out of the four levels of interpretation Parshat, Remez, D’rash,Sod the Parshat method was employed,The Parshat method was employed for this translation of the Apostolic Writings. The Aramaic peshitta and both the Kahbourish codex and the Crawford codex were consulted and used as resources and research with other ancient Aramaic manuscripts, including an elucidated commentary on the new testament from the Talmud and Hebraic. English / Aramaric< Less
Yah Chanan By Yaakov Bar Yosef
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Apostolic Writings of Yah Chanan after the synoptic gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke. John Yah Chanan begins with the witness and affirmation of Yah Chanan John the Baptist and concludes with the... More > death, burial, resurrection, and post-resurrection appearances of Eashoa Jesus. Chapter 21 states that the book derives from the testimony of the "disciple whom Eashoa Jesus loved" and early church tradition identified him as Yah Chanan John the Apostle, one of Eashoa Jesus' Twelve Apostles.< Less
Ma'asei of the Shaliachim By Yaqub Bar Yosef
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Ma'asei of the Shaliachim Apostolic Writings With Commentary on the New Testament From the Talmud and Hebraica by John Lightfoot The Ma'asei of the Apostles are divided essentially into three parts... More > — Chapters 1, 2 to 12, and 13 to the end. Chapters 11-12 may be termed transitional chapters founded on the event related in Chapter 10. Chapter 1 gives us that which is connected with the Maran's resurrection; Chapters 2-12 that work of the Rukha d' Qudsha of which Jerusalem and the Jews were the center, but which branches out into the free action of the Spirit of Allaha, independent of, but not separated from, the twelve and Jerusalem as the center; Chapter 13, and the succeeding Chapters, the work of Saul of Tarsus, flowing from a more distinct mission from Antioch; so on and so forth.< Less
Apostolic Writings By Yaakov BarYosef
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The Apostolic Writings the text of this edition of the Aramaic Covenants is a paraphrased translation in idiomatic language . This work is a new edition from translations of the Ancient Aramaic. For... More > example this new edition uses the name of MarYah Eashoa Msheekha (Lord-G-d Yeshua Messiah). It also uses the word (ALLAHA for ELI) (G-d יהוה YHVH ) and it introduces the Aramaic rendering of Maran as Lord, Along with other Ancient Galilean Aramaic renderings. Due weight was given to the ancient versions as establishing a tradition of interpretation. Out of the four levels of interpretation Parshat, Remez, D’rash,and Sod, the Parshat method was employed, as was Onkelos method of interpretation of the Torah.< Less
The Aramaic Covenants By Rav Yaakov Bar Yosef
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The Aramaic Covenants and Tanach In Three Volumes The goal of this work is to provide a modern and accurate English translation of the Chumash, Mikra (prophets and Writings) and the Apostolic... More > Writings. The text of this edition of the Aramaic Covenants is a paraphrased translation in idiomatic language . This work is a new edition from translations of the Ancient Aramaic. For example this new edition uses the name of MarYah Eashoa Msheekha (Lord-G-d Yeshua Messiah). It also uses the word (ALLAHA for ELI) (G-d יהוה YHVH 1) and it introduces the Aramaic rendering of Maran as Lord, Along with other Ancient Galilean Aramaic renderings. Due weight was given to the ancient versions as establishing a tradition of interpretation. Out of the four levels of interpretation Parshat, Remez, D’rash,and Sod, the Parshat method was employed, as was Onkelos method of interpretation of the Torah.< Less
The Aramaic Covenants Chumash By Rav Yaakov Bar Yosef
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The Netzari Emunah Chumash is a line by line precept by precept Chumash Easy to use format for reading and in-depth study of Torah History of the Netzarim Sh’ma Yis’ra’eli... More > Prayer Nishmath Kol Hai 1st-Century Prayer Maran’s Prayer in Ancient Aramaic Ancient Aramaic Chart Parsha Reading Charts Including Holidays Glossary Targum Onkelos on the Torah Commentary: Rashi Rashbam Ramban Ibn Ezra including but not limited to others Commentary Numbering System that are above each verse for faster access.< Less