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From: James Trimm (James.Trimm@p0.f18.n104.z1.FIDONET.ORG)
Subject: New Testament In Aramaic
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Newsgroups: alt.messianic
Date: 1993-12-11 09:12:29 PST
>Date: 09-Dec-93 13:56
>From: Jim Eggert X6127
>To:   All
>Subj: New Testament In Aramaic
>While looking for something else entirely, I stumbled across a  reference
>to the partial Aramaic-English interlinear New Testament.  I seem to
>remember that a semi-frequent reader of alt.messianic was involve in  his
>own effort to translate the New Testament into Aramaic.  I wonder if
>he/she knows of this interlinear version, which is now partially
>available.
>
>         TITLE: [Bible. N.T. Syriac. 1992.]
>                Aramaic-English interlinear New Testament / edited by
>                the Way International Research Team.
 
   [etc.]
 
     Yes I am aware of the edition you mention, which is an interliniar
of the Peshitta NT published by the Way Intl.  I do not recomend the
translation, however the interliniar is helpful.  The best translation 
of
the Peshitta NT available is that of James Murdock. (Until my version 
is
published).
     By the way, the Institute is involved in translating the NT into
english from Hebrew and Aramaic mss, as well as publishing the mss.
(not English to Aramaic or Greek to Aramaic)
 
     For those interested in this research we now have a newsletter.
Send a stamped self addressed envelope for a sample issue, or for any
further info call or write:
 
Hebrew/Aramaic NT Research Institute
PO Box 471
Hurst, TX 76053
(817) 284-7039
 
 

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