Re: a brief introduction
- I will be replying to you soon with a detailed paper on the subject.
In the mean time: Does anyone have a Michigan Artifacts font?
It would be very helpful to me in writing the article.
--- In Precolumbian_Inscriptions@y..., Paul Troemner <troemner@y...>
> Dr. Trimm,
> What is your viewpoint on the Michigan Relics?
> Recurrence of Yod-hey-vau (as the Ojibway pronounce
> them) on the relics- Is this a common occurence to
> place the name of the Lord on sacred objects?
> --- James Trimm <jstrimm@n...> wrote:
> > >-New Members are asked to post a brief
> > introduction,
> > >indicating their interests, and their first name.
> > My name is Dr. James Trimm.
> > I am a Semitist and a member of the Epigraphic
> > Society. I work with
> > Hebrew and Aramaic in various scripts ranging from
> > Paleo-Hebrew to
> > Syriac.
> > I have an interest in decipherment of unknown
> > scripts and in Hebrew
> > inscriptions found in the New World. I beleive that
> > ancient Jewish
> > Missionaries traveled around the globe seeking
> > converts and that
> > they visited North America in this effort. I am
> > owner/moderator of
> > the Epigraphy yahoogroup.
> > I am known for my theories proposing Hebrew and
> > Aramaic rather than
> > Greek as the original language of the New Testament.
> > I am also the
> > translator of the Hebraic-Roots Version New
> > Testament. I have an
> > online book on NT textual criticism at
> > http://www.nazarene.net/hantri (just click on the
> > link that
> > says "textual criticism".) I am also author of the
> > book THE SEMITIC
> > ORIGIN OF THE NEW TESTAMENT.
> > If anyone knows of any alleged Hebrew or Aramaic
> > inscriptions in the
> > New World (I am already aware of the Bat Creek
> > Stone; the Newark
> > Holy Stones and the Los Lunas inscription) I am
> > always interested in
> > checking these out.
> > James Trimm
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