The Aramaic English New Testament (AENT) 5th Edition is a literal translation of the very oldest known Aramaic New Testament texts. This is a study Bible with. Aramaic English New Testament 5th Edition is translated from the First Century (John ) AENT God bless all those who read this and share His word. Aramaic English New Testament 5th Edition has 53 ratings and 5 reviews. Gary said: The Aramaic English New Testament (AENT) Bible is translated from copi.
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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. The Aramaic is in Hebrew pointed letters making many Aramaic words easy to recognize to those who read Hebrew.
This study edition has over footnotes and pages of appendixes explaining Hebrew and Trstament terms and definitions. Hardcoverpages.
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Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Apr 26, Gary Patton rated it it was amazing Shelves: It is one of the best known and testment popular Renewed Covenant Study Bibles used by many Netzarim http: It is available, now, only in hardcopy format. It contains both English and the original biblical languages based on the Peshitta.
The Peshitta is a collection of copies of the original manuscripts. He documents clearly in notes and appendices that the extant Peshitta manuscripts are older than the Greek documents favoured by Bible translators, seminaries, and universities since about the Fourth Century A.
Roth proves, for me also, that Aramaic and Hebrew were the languages in which Yahshuah and His Apostles spoke and wrote their Gospels and letters. For example, First Century and earlier Jews hated Greeks and their language. They had right back to Alexander The Great’s successor, Antiochus. He subjugated tdstament land of the Jews, desecrated their Temple in Jerusalem and severely persecuted them.
In light of this historical truth does it make sense to you that Yahshuah, and His Apostles, would speak and write in Greek? The author also helpfully adds extensive commentary on the actual Jewish and Netzarim cultural contexts of the Renewed Covenant. Throughout, the verse notes, Mr.
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Roth also explains the almost-unbelievably numerous errors made by the early anti-Semitic, and anti-Torah, Catholic leaders’ Greek translations.
Every one of these references is in a negative context You can discover a great deal about the Peshitta, both positive and negative, on the WWW.
This author demolishes all the negative arguments in the AENT, while providing compelling positive ones. Roth’s notes and his appendices provide incredible reinforcement for what is becoming know by many Bible scholars as the “New Perspective on Paul”. He also explains Paul’s seeming condemnation of Torah instructions for “righteousness” [right-living] plus circumcision. He explains the incredible distortion regarding what Yahshuah and His Apostles actually taught about the “Written Torah” first five books of the Hebrew Bible and the Rabbinical Oral Talmud man-made, onerous rules and traditions, added to God’s Word to exercise control over the Jews.
The Rabbis’ control using the Talmud is a core problem in Judaism which Yahshuah came to destroy. The perversion of the mistranslation of references to Talmud as well as to those of Torah is rooted in the Greek documents.
The mistranslation of the two dramatically different terms, Torah and Talmud, as “the law” in Greek throughout the Renewed Covenant was intentional by the antisemitic and anti-Torah early leaders of the Roman Catholic Church, I believe.
Yahshuah does not mean “annul Torah” by His expression “fulfill Torah” despite this being what many Christian authors, Pastors and Priests, plus ordinary Christians teach “fulfill” in verse 17 means. Can you believe the Saviour of all humankind actually says both “fulfill”, meaning abolish, Torah, and “NOT abolish Torah” in the same breath of one sentence in Matthew 5: Yet the latter perversion is taught by most Christian authors and pulpiteers, in North America at least!
Enjoy and be blessed! Jul 31, James Artre rated it it was amazing. As a Christian and former Seminary student, I have found the New Testament written in the same language my savior spoke, much more beneficial to my personal understanding zent what He really wanted us to learn, understand and believe.
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Personally, why anyone would settle for paraphrase Bibles translated from languages Jesus, the Apostles, and the early disciples did not speak, just does not make sense. I highly recommend that anyone who wants to seriously know what the New Testament really has to say, get this version from the original language and read it.
Dec 20, Jeanne Sandecki rated it really liked it. Lots of wonderful “extras” included in this text but you must filter through Roth’s strong words directed towards the Westernized Christian Church.
It’s well worth the price. Sep 27, Paul Dawn Jr. A great resource tool!
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