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TheThe Living Words (Book)
A study of Hebrew words in the Old and New Testament from their original Hebraic perspective.

ArchaeologicalArchaeological Evidence of a Semitic New Testament (Article)
Over the past fifty years more and more evidence has surfaced proving that the language of the Jews in Israel during the New Testament period was in fact Hebrew.

JewishJewish Perception of the Greek Language and Culture (Article)
The Apocrophal book the Book of Maccabees and the writings of Josephus provide evidence supporting the fact that Hebrew was the language of Israel at this time.

SemiticSemitic Origins of the Book of Matthew (Article)
Overwhelming evidence proves that the Book of Matthew was first written in Hebrew.

HebrewHebrew Words in the Greek New Testament (Article)
A surprising number of Hebrew words are found transliterated in the Greek New Testament.

HebrewHebrew in First Century Israel (Article)
Did Aramaic replace Hebrew as the language of the Jewish people as suggested by most scholars? The evidence suggests it did not.

TextualTextual Evidence of a Hebrew Origin for the New Testament (Article)
The text of the Greek New Testament itself provides evidence of an original Hebrew text behind the Greek.

SemiticSemitic Origins of the New Testament (Video Playlist)
The archeological, historical, manuscript, textual, and cultural evidence of an original Semitic/Hebrew New Testament.

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