Delitzsch Hebrew Gospels

Hebrew Makes More Sense[26]


Although the most ancient manuscripts we have are Greek, Hebrew thought patterns and Semitic constructions occur frequently in the Gospels. As a result, there are some cases where translating the Greek text into Hebrew causes the original meaning of the passage to snap into focus.

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