The Lamsa New Testament in a new, easy-to-carry size, translated directly from the Aramaic, the language of Jesus and his disciples, gives us a greater. Read and study in the George Lamsa Translation of the Peshitta. Read the Bible. Peshitta – Lamsa Translation. PrevBackNext. New Testament. For the New Testament, the best current Greek New Testament texts were used.” (New I am not very familiar with the Lamsa Bible, but it seems to be uniquely.

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However, Hebrew, Greek, and Latin idioms are also common in the Bible, so the reader benefits most by acquaintance with all four of these cultures and languages.

The New Testament From The Ancient Eastern Text

More will be said about this later. Lamsa, My Neighbor Jesus: Open Preview See a Problem? This even led to alternate alphabets for their common language.

The Lamsa New Testament in a new, easy-to-carry size, translated directly from the Aramaic, the language of Jesus and his disciples, gives us a greater understanding of the very basis of Christianity.

Excerpts From “New Testament Origins” By George M. Lamsa

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Lamsa, Idioms in the Bible Explained Philadelphia: Always nice to read another translation. Four of these, plus his version of the Bible, were published by A.

Gospel history also suggests common use of Greek. Others whose bodies were not cured left the place cursing and shouting insults. Holman, a well-known Bible and book publisher. Lamsa spiritualizes the Ascension as well as the Resurrection: PuseyGeorge Gwilliam and John Gwynwith which Lamsa’s sources nww largely common, are a late form of the Aramaic text which reveals nothing of the early stages of the Peshitta’s development.

Archaeology attests to the widespread use of Greek. He usually writes embellished narratives or discourses, not documenting either blanket assertions or detailed comments. One of the stories is that of Santa Augenia, believed to be a European Saint never heared of in the East.

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They differ from most commentaries in that testameht chooses a single verse from one chapter, two verses from the next, and so forth, rather than attempting to develop the meaning of a paragraph or section.

Other palimpsest texts of this nature, including the so-called Curetonian, are of late origin and are not authentic.

George Lamsa Translation of the Peshitta – Read the Bible

Christ died, Lamsa says in his notes on John 3: They had no reason to write in a politically and racially-colored dialect Aramaic when the universally known Greek existed. And about the ninth hour, Jesus cried out with a loud voice and said, Eli, Eli lamsx shabakthan!


The evidence against the Lamsa position is overwhelming. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Joseph added it May 10, The book evidently was introduced by the Roman Catholic missionaries after the union of the Chaldeans with the Ned of Rome in the sixteenth century.

In contrast, the Bible emphasizes that relying on self rather than God is foundational to all our problems, and that the way, truth, and life are found only in Jesus Christ.

Lamsa, Old Testament Light Philadelphia: The above-mentioned error in date recently was discovered testanent the writer, after examining several other Four-Gospel manuscripts which were brought to America from the Near Testamentt. The apostles knew Greek and wanted all nations to believe. This area has been overrun by one warring country after another for centuries.

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