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Greek VS Aramaic Bible Versions -The First Impediment

Recently I shared with you a project I undertook as the result of a realization I had during the course of my early awakening related to early Christian texts and how it was that I saw a big elephant in the room that had managed not to make its way to the canonical Gospels. 1,196 more words

Awakening

Syro-Aramaic Reading of the Koran: A Contribution to the Decoding of the Language of the Koran, by Christopher Luxenberg

Christoph Luxenberg is a pseudonym and that’s your first hint about the book being produced for political reasons rather than scholarly ones – taking into consideration that there are thousands of other up-to-date books in the market that are circulated without being passed through the lens of any Islamic Authority and/or official Institution whatsoever. 46 more words

Theology

The Fruit of the Spirit (ARAMAIC: Peshitta Bible NT)

ARAMAIC: Peshitta Bible NT

Galatians 5:22-23

22 ܦܐܪܐ ܕܝܢ ܕܪܘܚܐ ܐܝܬܝܗܘܢ ܚܘܒܐ ܚܕܘܬܐ ܫܠܡܐ ܡܓܪܬ ܪܘܚܐ ܒܤܝܡܘܬܐ ܛܒܘܬܐ ܗܝܡܢܘܬܐ ܀

23 ܡܟܝܟܘܬܐ ܡܤܝܒܪܢܘܬܐ ܥܠ ܗܠܝܢ ܢܡܘܤܐ ܠܐ ܤܝܡ ܀

Bible

5 Easy Steps to Reading the Bible Literally

If you haven’t done the above, you’ve never read the Bible literally. You can still read it literarily, which is much better.

Vanderbilt: Preserving the history of Syriac Christianity in the Middle East

Vanderbilt: Preserving the history of Syriac Christianity in the Middle East. “An international collaboration that includes a Vanderbilt University divinity scholar has published three new online reference works to help preserve Syriac, a Middle East language and culture on the edge of extinction. 48 more words

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If We Say “ARAMAIC”, Is It The Native Language of Jesus?

There are speakers and lecturers who say, “if we say  ARAMAIC, it is the native language of Jesus!”. 

Based on what I have read, many people claim Aramaic Peshitta is the native language of Jesus. 911 more words

Mene, mene tekel upharsin

the words that appeared on the wall during Belshazzar’s Feast (Daniel 5:25).

Interpreted by Daniel to mean that God had doomed the kingdom of Belshazzar. That’s a fairly imprudent thing to say in person to Belshazzar, especially as Daniel was unlikely to accorded any respect by virtue of Daniel’s religion. 284 more words