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Old 06-27-2007, 10:50 AM
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There is no proof either way. No one in our generation has ever seen a copy of the original documents penned by the Apostles or early disciples.

It is logical however that since the disciples were Hebrew/Aramaic speakers they would speak to their kinsmen in the same. So I believe the earliest writings were in Hebrew/Aramaic. Can I prove it? No. Neither can Greek originals be proven. Speculated? Yes. Proven? No.
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Old 06-27-2007, 12:12 PM
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There is no proof either way. No one in our generation has ever seen a copy of the original documents penned by the Apostles or early disciples.

It is logical however that since the disciples were Hebrew/Aramaic speakers they would speak to their kinsmen in the same. So I believe the earliest writings were in Hebrew/Aramaic. Can I prove it? No. Neither can Greek originals be proven. Speculated? Yes. Proven? No.
The first disciples might have been hebrew but the church was not all hebrew speakers nor were the gospels written during the time of Jesus's sojourn here. Luke was not a Hebrew. Paul wrote to a mostly Gentile church.

Considering the late dates of the gospels and the epistles It's very likely most of them were written in Greek since Greek was the common language of the Roman empire including Palestine. It was the language of commerce
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Old 05-03-2021, 06:08 AM
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Re: Oneness Doctrine In The Aramaic New Testament

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There is no proof either way. No one in our generation has ever seen a copy of the original documents penned by the Apostles or early disciples.

It is logical however that since the disciples were Hebrew/Aramaic speakers they would speak to their kinsmen in the same. So I believe the earliest writings were in Hebrew/Aramaic. Can I prove it? No. Neither can Greek originals be proven. Speculated? Yes. Proven? No.
While no one can prove what language the new testament was written in,
Jesus put his stamp on which language came 1st. Dave Bauscher has found hidden codes in the Aramaic original which verifies that aramaic came 1st.
These hidden codes can only be found by computer. Jesus foresaw the computer age. You can verify these codes for yourself by purchasing a codefinder. Check it out.
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