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Was Revelation originally written in Aramaic?

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Posted by Steve Caruso , updated Tuesday, August 20, 2002 8:29 AM

Revelation, the last book of the Bible. (Finish Intro)

Evidences for Revelation:

Consistantly Bad Greek Grammar (all over)- Revelation is not a standard for Greek writing. In many ways it seems strangely semetic.

The "Alpha and the Omega" (1:8, 21:16, & 22:13)- Or should I say "The Alpha and the O." A strange quirk of the Greek texts explained.

Burnished Brass (1:15 & 2:18)- How did an Aramaic word work it's way into a Greek book?

I Cast Her Into A Bed (2:22)- Beds are where nice things happen. Why would God pass judgement by throwing someone into one?

 

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