The Words of Jesus Considered in the Light of Post-Biblical Jewish Writings and the Aramaic Language, Volume 1

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T. & T. Clark, 1902 - Aramaic language - 350 pages
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Page 254 - Your sins are forgiven,' or to say, 'Stand up and take your mat and walk'? But so that you may know that the Son of Man has authority on earth to forgive sins" — he said to the paralytic — "I say to you, stand up, take your mat and go to your home.
Page 99 - Magnified and sanctified be His great Name in the world which He hath created according to His will. May He establish His kingdom in your lifetime and in your days, and in the lifetime of all the house of Israel, speedily and at a near time; and say ye, Amen.
Page 287 - Nowhere do we find that Jesus called Himself the Son of God in such a sense as to suggest a merely religious and ethical relation to God, — a relation which others also actually possessed, or which they were capable of attaining or destined to acquire.
Page 352 - The Historical New Testament : Being the Literature of the New Testament arranged in the order of its Literary Growth and according to the Dates of the Documents. A New Translation, Edited, with Prolegomena, Historical Tables, Critical Notes, and an Appendix, by JAMES MOFFATT, BD In the preparation of the Translation the Author has had the valuable assistance of Professor DENNEY, Dr.
Page 330 - Se primus omnium, Caligulam post Domitianumque, Dominum palam dici passus et adorari se appellarique uti Deum.
Page 283 - Mordred himself being the son of Arthur's sister: there is also a vast deal of blood and slaughter throughout, and the catastrophe is the killing of the son by the father, and of the father by the son ; so that a more painfully disagreeable story could hardly have been selected.
Page 190 - My, your Father. In Jewish parlance it is unusual to refer to God in common discourse informally as Father without adding the epithet " heavenly." It is only in prayers that a different course is followed. The fifth and sixth petitions of the " Eighteen Supplications " 2 — the daily prayer which took form c. 110 AD — entreat the working of penitence and the forgiveness of sins by God, whom Israel ventures to name, 1 In a somewhat different sense, Matt.
Page 215 - Jesus would mean that His disciples — in virtue of their knowledge of His oral teaching — will be able to give an authoritative decision in regard to what the adherents of the theocracy may do and may not do.
Page 314 - Then Solomon sat on the throne of the Lord as king instead of David his father, and prospered ; and all Israel obeyed him.
Page 326 - Yoma iv. 1, in which the intention probably was to avoid '?T^ ; cf. '?'T?* pbn, "my lord priest," Ber. E. 71. Considering also that '-19 can likewise be used in speaking of and to God, as shown on p. 180f., we conclude that this is a term of deferential homage, the scope of which can vary widely, according to the position of the person addressed.

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