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Akhi Disciple Daniel.....

Jul-13-2001 at 00:44 AM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

Shlama Daniel,

I'm almost finished writing and formatting the article on 0rbg and would like to send it to you to upload on your website. We can then post the link on this forum.

How quickly can you get it on the web once you receive it? What's your email address? I'll send it as an attachment - it will be, most probably, a PDF file.

Thanks!

Fk^rwbw 0ml4

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1. RE: Akhi Disciple Daniel.....

Jul-14-2001 at 12:31 PM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

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Last edited by Andrew Gabriel Roth on Jul-14-2001 at 12:33 PM (CT)

Dear Akhi Disciple Daniel:

Please provide this info to me as well. I have some ideas for articles as well. I am working tentatively and slowly on one which has 6 powerful proofs of Aramaic NT primacy.

While a lot of these topics are discussed extensively in SOTC, I have also taken a kind of side path. Whereas SOTC covers a broad spectrum of topics, this other related area, which I have named "SMOKING CANON", is only concerned with Peshitta primacy over not just the Greek, but also other Aramaic and Hebrew sources as well. I have a few rough essays on the general historical trends and other works on the textual proofs. The 6 scriptures I will deal with extensively are:

Matthew 1:16-19 (pending review of Paul's conclusions and how they synch with my own). If that does not happen though, I would probably go with Yukhanan 21:17-19 in its place.

Matthew 26:6-7 (a classic case of two words with identical spellings being confused)

Mark 3:17 (a scribal gloss which actually proves Aramaic-- and not Greek-- primacy)

Luke 1:68-79 (the ultimate Semitic poem-- a real mind blower!)

Acts 8:27 (another classic case of word confusion, this time with one word having two completely different meanings)

Romans 5:7 -- and related evidence from Paul-- showing the entire targumming system that Aramaic original letters go through when they are translated into Greek at the local synagogue level.

The SMOKING CANON stuff is also the basis for whatever speeches you could arrange for me to give, but I would also be open to exploring other topics in SOTC as well, such as the linkage between Y'shua Ha Moshiack and the Jewish mystical writings, Talmud, etc.

Please let me know and thanks for setting all this stuff up to help get the word out. As my people would say, you're a MENSCH (good guy).

Shlama w'burkate
Andrew Gabriel Roth

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3. RE: Akhi Disciple Daniel.....

Jul-14-2001 at 10:05 PM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

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Greetings Andrew,

I just got back into town... I responded to Paul with the info... The articles sound great! I'm going to be making phone calls and writing emails in the next day or two about setting up speaking engagements for you... I'll fill you in when I have more info...

Now it's time to eat and sleep... you wouldn't believe how much I missed my bed this past week!

<rb 0hl0

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Jul-14-2001 at 10:05 PM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

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Greetings Paul,

I just got back in town from chaperoning a youth mission trip in West Virginia and I am exhausted, so this is going to be short...

My email address is discipledaniel@yahoo.com, and I could put the article up right away. I'm trying to think about the best place to host it because it's going to be popular. The site I am putting together at http://jesuscommunity.dhs.org/ is hosted on this personal computer for now and I can't guarantee it's reliabilty. However, I do have the website for my now abandoned company(www.knewra.com) available. I could host the article there and we could all link to it. Or you can host it at www.peshitta.org and I will do the linking. Either way is fine with me, just let me know...

<rb 0hl0

Daniel

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