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Posted by Steve
Caruso , updated Tuesday, August 20, 2002 8:42 AM
Here's my list of good Aramaic articles. Next to each entry is the
site that it is listed on. Please report any broken links! :-)
and the Omega, The
Or should I
say "The Alpha and the O." A strange quirk of the
Greek texts explained easily in the Aramaic.
Poetry is an
art, and the Beatitudes is a great example of flowing poetry.
The rhyme and verse, however, is lost in the Greek.
The Greek seems to have an Aramaic word inserted into
it where a Greek word should have been.
Camel Through A Needle's
Eye, A MATTHEW
| MARK | LUKE
is harder for a camel to go through a needle's eye
than it is for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of heaven ."
Such a strange analogy, with even stranger modern explainations.
The answer, however, lies within the Aramaic of our Messiah.
Bad Greek Grammar (In Revelation)
is riddled with poor grammar throughout the Greek of it's
pages. Here is but a small handfull of examples.
âlaha, Mara, and MARYA
Lord, and YHWH respectively. See how they are used within
the pages of the Aramaic New Testament, and see what we can
learn from them.
Where are all
these eunuchs coming from? Talk about a botched translation.
I say to you, That this generation shall not pass away,
until all these things occur."
Isn't the generation of our Messiah long dead? An interesting
of The Peshitta, The
A brief overlook
of the Peshitta and it's importance in today's ongoing study
Cast Her Into A Bed (Revelation)
her kids are slain, her consorts cursed, but she is merely
thrown into a bed. Or was it a bed?
Last Words, The
Eloi! Lama sabachthani?" ... "My God! My God! Why
have you forsaken me?" ... What's wrong with this translation?
How the Greek texts goofed this critical outcry.
On The Gowra Connection
Andrew Gabriel Roth
the use of the word "gowra" in scripture. (See Exploding
the Myth of a Flawed Genealogy in Matthew and Use of
gowra in Classical and Contemporary Aramaic Thought).
of Miltha, The
Andrew Gabriel Roth
beginning was the Word"? Or "In the beginning was
the Miltha"? An in-depth study of John 1:1 from the Aramaic
of God, The (PDF)
The use of
the two Aramaic words for "promise:" To profess/confess/promise,
and to counsil an absolute authority. :-) Really interesting.
Simon The Leper
What is a
Leper doing in a city where he can infect people? Why is
there no account of him being healed? A problem with vowels.
Not Taste Death Before They See
lied, he was dumb, 2000 year-old disciples, or, no 2nd coming""?
No not at all. The Greek decided to swap singular and plural.
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