I ENOCH, Sky-tripper: First Enoch, The True Names Translation.
Jackson Snyder's new edition of 1 Enoch takes into account Isaac's annotation on the Coptic translation, the English translations of Isaac and Laurence, and the latest editions of the Dead Sea Scroll portions. Technical terms are rendered in Hebrew transliteration, as are proper names and places. Excessive wordiness has been eliminated, updated definitions clarify ancient word meanings, and the errors of pre-1950 translations are corrected. Includes a glossary of Hebrew technical terms left untranslated in this edition.
Did you ever wonder why the Bible-writing churchmen only gave Simon Peter a few pages while Paul, who never knew the Master in the flesh, was given room enough for a dozen books?
Peter hold the Kingdom Keys? Didn’t the Master tell him to “feed
my sheep”? Wouldn’t you think someone would have recorded his acts and
teachings, and see that they got into the Bible?
biographer was Titus Flavius Clemens, an affluent Gentile convert, who
was appointed to record Peter’s mission by James the Just, the leader
of the Nazarenes in Jerusalem. James’ order to Clement – to document
Peter’s life - is fulfilled in this book, which is a day-to-day diary
of what Peter (Kefa) did, said, and taught during his missionary trip
from Jerusalem to Tripoli. Clement called this book his Epitomē. Others
called it, The Recognitions of Clement.
Kata Mattyah: According to Matthew
KATA MATTYAH: According to Matthew: A New Translation from Ancient Witnesses. Translated from 3rd Century Sinaitic Manuscript א And Diligently Compared With The H. L. Anderson New Testament (begun in 1861), The Dead Sea Scrolls, The Aramaic Peshitta, and The Nestle-Aland 26 Greek Text: For Readers of the English Language.
Kata Mattyah is very useful for gaining a command of the biblical Hebrew language. Many common transliterated Hebrew words replace their English counterparts so that the student progressing through this version will gain a basic Hebrew vocabulary. Includes full text of Matthew, annotations, pronunciation guide, and complete Hebrew, Aramaic, Latin & Greek Glossary
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