Aramaic as the original language of the New Testament

What you will learn

Learn about the Aramaic version of the New Testament

Learn how the Catholic church adopted the Greek Scriptures

Learn the theory that Paul’s letters were original written in Aramaic

Notes on the Kabbalah

Description

This course will demonstrate the theory that the New Testament was written in Aramaic. The Aramaic New Testament was put together in 150 CE, while the Greek New Testament was not assembled until 1515 CE. This is a stimulating examination of the original language of the New Testament. The words of Jesus are not difficult when you read them in Aramaic. The Catholic-Protestant church, with most academia pushing the Koine Greek version of the New Testament. So much is lost when the New Testament is not read in Aramaic You may not agree with the theory being presented and that’s OK. If you want to increase your understanding of the Bible, you need to question everything! When the New Testament is read in Aramaic, the idioms and figures of speech of Jesus’ day is revealed. Modern translation committees often ignore the idioms or try to change them into today’s idioms. That is not acceptable to the disciple who wants to learn the original meaning of the Scripture. Many windows will open to you that will lead to deeper discipleship to Jesus Christ. There will be courses offered using Aramaic as the base language for understanding of Paul’s letters, the Gospel of John, and Luke.


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Content

Introduction

Introduction

Language and Culture

Language and Culture

Paul and his Letters

Paul and his letters

The Peshitta

The Peshitta

The Messianic Tradition

The Messianic Tradition

The Kabbalah

The Kabbalah