Hebrew Thought in the New Testament

The Hebrew Pages of the New Testament

History says Hebrews and Matthew were written in Hebrew.
This book looks at the Hebrew manuscripts of Hebrews and Matthew that are available today.  Are they the originals....and why do these manuscripts explain some oddities in the Greek manuscripts?
 

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Hebrew Thought in the New Testament (part 1)

The adjacent discusses Hebrew Thought in Matthew and selected teachings of the Messiah.  Scroll below for parts 2, 3 and 4 and more covering Hebrew thought in Paul's letters, Revelation, James and others.

  • Part 1: Click at left.
  • Part 2: Hebrew thought in Paul's letters
  • Part 3: Hebrew thought in James and Revelation
  • Part 4: Hebrew thought in the Wheat and the Tares.

 

Hebrew Thought in the New Testament (part 2)

The adjacent discusses Hebrew thought in Paul's letters.  A look at Hebrew Thought in Paul's letters and elsewhere.  When Paul said, we will not all sleep, but we will be changed, both the world "SLEEP" and "CHANGE" can be spelled as "שנה" in Hebrew.  He was thinking in Hebrew when he said this.  This, and many more examples are presented in this lesson.

 

 

The above looks at Hebrew thought in the letter of James / Ya'acov and Revelation.

The above looks at Hebrew thought in the story of the Wheat and the Tares.

The Pattern in Hebrews

There is a literary pattern in the book of Hebrews that proves it was divinely inspired and that the Hebrew version is the original that the Greek version was translated from. 

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