– Aramaic-English Bible Translation Draws Criticism

A curious article about Lamsa’s translation of the Peshitta and his student, Rocco Errico, that is full of errors.

[Dr. Brian Schmisek, professor at the University of Dallas] says, “…the gospels were written by the apostles in Greek.”

Not the apostles, but perhaps disciples of the apostles…. And

Evidence shows Aramaic texts do go all the way back to the Targums; Hebrew translated to Aramaic, B.C.). [sic] Schmisek agrees “The Dead Sea Scrolls are the oldest biblical texts we have … — they are in Aramaic.“

Some are but most are not.

So there you have it. Not worth your time really, or mine. Good night.

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