Dr. Lamsa presents provocative theories surrounding the origin and development of the New Testament writings. His research challendes long-held assumptions in Western scholarship, such as his discoveries that the New Testament was first written in Aramaic; not Greek. Matthew was the earliest Godpel writer, recording the words of Christ while He was bodily present on Earth. Mark, Luke & Paul were born in the years following Jesus' death, and were not contemporaries of Jesis. Dr. Lamsa offers a historical overview on the transmission of the Aramaic New Testament texts, and "New Testament Origin" is an invaluable resource for both students and scholars.
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Dr. George M. Lamsa (1890-1975,) was a native Assyrian Christian. He is best known for his excellent translation of the Holy Bible from the ancient Aramaic P E S H I T T A manuscripts, as well as through his numerous commentaries addressing Eastern manners, customs, and mindsets in the culture of Jesus Christ.
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