Aug 28, 1997 10:33 PM
by Jaqtarin Samantha Triele
Alan, I understand your concerns about the "modern hebrew" texts which are
dispersed now. If I could get my hands on a "real" version, I believe I
would. Perhaps once I learn the language, I may just save up some money
and fly to Jerusalem. Somebody's got to have one somewhere....
With the bible I have, the OT is Biblical Hebrew, Old Hebrew as some call
it. The NT is Aramaic. In the future I plan to get an NT in greek as
well, and begin yet another language. I have a feeling it will be quite
a few years before I get around to that, esp. at the rate of progress I'm
having with Hebrew. (which is agonizingly slow).
At some point in time, I plan to have Bibles in as many languages as I
can, if not for the learning of the languages themselves, (for what a
better way to learn a language than by reading something one already
knows?), then for an eye-opener for house-guests...:).
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