Re: [textualcriticism] Hebrew NT
- Dear Joe,I think the verse in question is recorded by Epiphanius. I do not have my references before me at present. In addition this link provided by A. Criddle may be of further service in answering Ted's question(s).Because He lives,Malcolm___________________Re: [textualcriticism] Hebrew NT
Malcom,I have not heard of a fragmentary first verse in Hebrew. What is the name of the manuscript in question?Ted,As far as Hebrew manuscripts of the NT, history tells us that two books were written in Hebrew; Matthew and Hebrews. The manuscripts of DuTillet (for Matthew) and Munster (for both Matthew and Hebrews) have been proposed as possible candidates for having come from the original Hebrew Matthew. The Shem Tov, mentioned by Schmuel, is probably pretty ignorable, and I'm convinced was translated from a Latin source text and is not related to the original Hebrew Matthew at all.Does anyone have any more info on the Russian manuscript????Thanks,Joe
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- Thank you for commenting on this, all. What you have confirmed is that this is too vague and uncertain of an area for anyone to start making claims that the NT was written in Hebrew. There is very little evidence, if any, that this was the case. I especially appreciate the links provided as it will give me further reading.As is the case in many of these types of movements, there are many claims from the leaders that end in unsubstanciated claims that are offered as "proof". The problem I see is that there is a tendency toward a "subjective theology" where there are efforts to glean information from various sources to give authority to the presuppositions of a particular leader or leaders. This effort is eclectic in that it will hunt for any evidence that may be used to prop up these claims, even if it is vague and unsubstanciated, often from sources that are misread and used in a manner never intended. I think this is the case here, someone has taken something speculative in nature (a Hebrew NT) and raised it to an sure doctrine.Blessings,Ted Clore
> Thank you for commenting on this, all. What youIt is sure quite sure that there was a gospel that was
> have confirmed is that this is too vague and
> uncertain of an area for anyone to start making
> claims that the NT was written in Hebrew. There is
> very little evidence, if any, that this was the
> case. I especially appreciate the links provided as
> it will give me further reading.
written in hebrew. He was in use by "jewish-christian"
such as "ebionites" or "nazaréens". That gospel may is
the primary source of the matthew gospel, or at least
is a version of that one.
Jérome says he saw a copy of it. I think Eusèbius too.
You must take a look there:
to the gospels of the hebrews, of the nazoreans,and of
They are searchers that writes about this, i think of
two at the moment: Robert Einsenman The Dead Sea
Scrolls and the First Christians: Essays and
Translations ; and in french "Le messie et son
prophète", see in english here :
that talk about links between "jewish-christianity"
Are they links to the texts of XIVe and XVIe siècles
you were all talking about ? I have heard about them,
but never found.
And links to a translation oh the aramean Matthew ?
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