RE : Re: [textualcriticism] Hebrew NT
> 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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