Hebrew New Testament
churchh at crossmyt.com
Sun Aug 19 21:56:08 EDT 2001
> From: "Henry Churchyard" <churchh at crossmyt.com>
> Some scholars have argued that the fragments of Aramaic embedded in
> the Greek gospels indicate that there was a written Aramaic document
> of the sayings of Jesus which was drawn upon by the Gospel authors.
> Also, there was a Hebrew version of Matthew which was probably
> around in the early middle ages, and was definitely around in the
> late middle ages (but which is not the "original" version of the
> Matthew). And the literature of the early Jewish Christian group
> was presumably partly in Aramaic and Hebrew. But all evidence is
> that the New Testament as we have it today was not originally
> written in Aramaic or Hebrew.
Oops, sorry for the grammar errors (number agreement) in my original
posting (was composing quickly).
Henry Churchyard churchh at crossmyt.com http://www.crossmyt.com/hc/
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