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Moving To Bible-Geeks
I have decided to move the blog totally to  http://www.bible-geeks.com , so new content will not be placed on here any longer. Wordpress is simply better suited for blogging than Blogger. I hope you all will continue to read!

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The Beatitudes in Aramaic with English Translation- Matthew 5:3-11
From the Gospel of Matthew 5:3-12: 5:3-  ܛܘܒܝܗܘܢ   ܠܡܣܟܢܐ   ܒܪܘܚ   ܕܕܝܠܗܘܢ   ܗܝ   ܡܠܟܘܬܐ   ܕܫܡܝܐ         Tuvayhun l’mescineh b’rukh d’dilhun hi Malkutha d’Shamaya.        "Blessed are they who are poor in spirit, because theirs is the kingdom of heaven." 5:...

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Objection To the Deity of Christ Part 1: The Temptations of Jesus
One of the primary objections people have to the belief that Jesus Christ is God in the flesh is the fact that Jesus is tempted (Matthew 4:1-11), while God is stated to not be able to be tempted. The Scripture referenced here is James 1:13, which says, ' Le...

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Objections To the Deity of Jesus Answered Series
Sorry that I haven't put anything up in a long time. It's been hard to think of anything to write. I haven't even been doing a lot of work on the commentary for a long time. I've decided that I would speak again concerning the deity of our Lord Jesus Christ...

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The Eastern Peshitta vs. The Western Peshitto
The Assyrians and Arameans were some of the first Gentiles to accept the Gospel message. This is very likely due to the fact that they spoke the same language as the Jewish apostles (Aramaic) and had a culture quite similar to the Jews. According to their t...

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The Eastern Peshitta vs. The Western Peshitto
The Assyrians and Arameans were some of the first Gentiles to accept the Gospel message. This is very likely due to the fact that they spoke the same language as the Jewish apostles (Aramaic) and had a culture quite similar to the Jews. According to their t...

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The Importance of Aramaic in New Testament Studies
We all know that the New Testament was not written in English, or even thought in English. The New Testament is a collection of 1st century writings centered on Jesus of Nazareth (or, in Aramaic:  Yeshua d'Nasrath ). Jesus and His disciples were Jews in Isr...

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Commentary On the Gospel of John According to the Aramaic Peshitta: Chapter 10
"Truly, truly, I say to you: that he who does not enter by the door into the sheepfold of the flock, but climbs up by another place, he is a thief and a robber. But he who enters by the gate is the Shepherd of the flock. And to this man to gatekeeper opens ...

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Commentary On the Gospel of John According to the Aramaic Peshitta: Chapter 9
And when he crossed over, he saw a man [who was] blind since his mother's womb. And his disciples asked him and said, "Our Master, who sinned: this [man] or his parents, that blind he should be born?" Yeshua said to them, "He did not sin, nor his parents, b...

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What Is Love?
Love is the central component of a healthy relationship with God and with one of His children. We are commanded to love God and to love each other in the Bible more times than can be numbered. What is love, though? Is this merely a warm and fuzzy emotion of...
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