Targum and Testament: Aramaic Paraphrases of the Hebrew Bible: a Light on the New Testament

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William B. Eerdmans, 1972 - Bible - 227 pages
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Contents

Development of Doctrine in Judaism
19
The Synagogue and Synagogue Worship
36
Aramaic as the Language of the Jews
54
Copyright

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Adiabene Amalek Aramaeans Aramaic language Aramaic rendering Aruk Asia Minor Assyria Babylonian Talmud basileion Beth Yerah Bible biblical biblical text Billerbeck Book of Jubilees Cairo Geniza century a.d. Christ Christian Codex Neofiti Copper Scroll Dead Sea Scrolls Deut Deuteronomy Dibbera Diez Macho editio princeps Edom Egypt Eighteen Benedictions Elias Levita Elohist evidence Father Form Criticism form of Aramaic Fragment Targum Gehenna Genesis Genesis Apocryphon Genesis Rabba Germanicia Glory glosses Gospels Greek haggadah haggadic halakah halakic heaven Hebrew Bible Hebrew text holy spirit homily Hormah interpretation Israel Israelites Jacob Jerusalem Jesus Jewish Christianity Jewish liturgy Jewish tradition Jews johannine literature John Hyrcanus Jonathan Jonathan ben Uzziel Josephus Judaism kingdom language later Law of Moses Le Deaut liturgy Lord Masoretic Masoretic text Memra Messiah midrash midrashim Mishnah mishnaic Moab Nabataean Neofiti Old Testament Onkelos oral law original Palestine Palestinian Aramaic Palestinian Talmud Palestinian Targum paraphrase passage Passover Pentateuch Peshitta Polyglot priesthood priests probably Prophets Ps.-Jon Pseudo-Jonathan Qumran R. H. Charles rabbinic rabbinic Judaism rabbinic literature Redaction Criticism redemption reference Revised Standard Version Sabbath says scribes Scripture Segulah Septuagint Shekinah Shema Shemoneh Esreh speaks spoken synagogue synoptic problem Syriac Tannaitic Targ Targum Jonathan Targum Onkelos targumic tradition Telassar Togarmah Torah Tosefta Tosephta translation Vatican Library verse words world to come Yahweh Yahwist Zunz

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