Aramaic Light on James through Revelation
Aramaic Light on James through Revelation, New Testament Series Volume 7, is a unique commentary based on Aramaic, the language of Jesus, and on ancient Near/Middle Eastern customs and manners. This final volume presents new insights into and understanding of the General Epistles, James through Jude, and the book of the Revelation. It brings a greater clarity to the use of Semitic idiomatic expressions, admonitions, and teachings that the writers of the epistles wrote to the churches and scattered early Jewish believers in Jesus of Nazareth. It also decodes the Near Eastern, Semitic symbolism employed by the book of the Revelation. The method and style of writing is simple, informative, and scholarly, without using specialized theological terminology. Dr. Errico and Dr. Lamsa act as guides, revealing to Western readers a more intimate picture of the socio-religious and psychological environment of the times. They unlock many misunderstood passages and teachings that the authors of the general epistles used when writing their letters. They also open and clarify the mysterious and puzzling symbols of the Revelation, showing what these symbols meant for the people of that era., such as: The Seven Golden Lampstands, The Seven Spirits of God, The Name and Mark of the Beast, The New Jerusalem, The Return of the Tree of Life with its Healing leaves, The River of Life, and much more. Learn the simple truth of the Revelation. This volume is not just a revision of Dr. Lamsa s commentaries, New Testament Commentary, 1945, and More Light on the Gospel, 1968. Dr. Errico has edited, expanded and annotated these previous works in the new format that Dr. Lamsa desired. In addition, this book contains unpublished information that the two of them outlined prior to Dr. Lamsa s death in 1975. Dr. Errico completed these comments and has added more knowledge derived from his continual research in Near Eastern Semitic studies.
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