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Aramaic English New Testament Hardcover – 2012


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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 1104 pages
  • Publisher: Netzari Press (2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1934916269
  • Product Dimensions: 9.3 x 6.3 x 1.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (126 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #118,093 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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People who love the word of God,need to have this new testament .
Glen Ritter
If one likes Paul, that's fine, but if one wants to know Y'shua himself, one has to go further back, rather than getting at him through Paul.
This Was
Mr. Roth's notes help to provide an accurate historical cultural context for his translation.
Russell P. Hills

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133 of 144 people found the following review helpful By Otto G. Raabe on May 3, 2009
Format: Hardcover
Wow! I am delighted and overwhelmed to have a copy of Andrew Roth's ARAMAIC ENGLISH NEW TESTAMENT, Netzari Press, 2008. This is the Aramaic New Testament book for true scholars! I am well familiar with the topic of this book since I have been studying the Aramaic New Testament literature since I first met the late Aramaic Scholar and Bible translator, George Lamsa, about forty years ago.

Andrew Roth has distilled the original Aramaic New Testament 22 books plus the Western five additional books into a perfectly balanced English translation that maintains the Semitic foundations without confusing the reader. For his Aramaic text in Estrangela Midyat font, Roth used the ancient Khabouris manuscript of the 22 books of the Aramaic New Testament, along with the 1905-1920 Edition of the Syriac New Testament published by the British and Foreign Bible Society. For his English text Roth started with and edited two excellent public domain translations, the original Aramaic New Testament Interlinear by Paul Younan and the translation of the Syriac New Testament western version by James Murdock. This functional use of existing translations is clearly explained in the book's Introduction.

Roth carefully reviewed and contrasted the Aramaic text with the English text and deftly made editorial changes and revisions that incorporated his rational interpretation of the underlying Aramaic text and Semitic culture. Roth's numerous footnotes (over 1,500) clearly explain these issues in helpful detail. He presents the English text and original Aramaic text side-by-side for easy comparison. Aramaic scholars can readily compare the English text to the corresponding Aramaic text.
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97 of 105 people found the following review helpful By Russell P. Hills on March 20, 2010
Format: Hardcover
I wrote my doctoral dissertation containing a defense of the Majority Text of the Greek New Testament. There is very strong agreement of the Greek Majority Text with the Aramaic Peshitta that is the basis for Andrew Roth's translation. After considering the "Semiticisms" of the Greek text I have long believed that the original documents had a Semitic source. Mr. Roth's notes help to provide an accurate historical cultural context for his translation. For these reasons, I consider the AENT the best English representation of the New Testament that I have ever come in contact with.

Russ Hills, Ph.D.
Former Professor of
New Testament Greek,
Church History & Theology at
Southern California College, El Cajon, California.
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83 of 99 people found the following review helpful By C. Welker on April 28, 2009
Format: Hardcover
It seems Amazon.com is allowing their book review space to be used by people who have NOT bought the AENT, such as "reverend" Dave Bauscher who clearly wrote a nasty review because he has a personal vendetta against Andrew Gabriel Roth - not to mention, he has his OWN version of a New Testament he wants to steer people to! (So much for professionalism among peers...)

Bauscher's comments not only reek with jealousy (which is a sin) but they also drip with blatant acrimony and raw arrogance. His overt slander against Roth is completely unbecoming of a supposed "believer" and the man should be ashamed to call himself a pastor!

I was the editor of the AENT and I know for a fact that Andrew isn't guilty of plagiarism, so the only one guilty of deception here is the "reverend" who has now been "outed" by an article on The Refiner's Fire: [...]

Carmen Welker
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44 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Jay E on May 6, 2012
Format: Hardcover
Don't be fooled or side-tracked by pseudo- Aramaic 'Scratch' texts by Rabella and what other Syriac sourced versions offer. Andrew Gabriel Roth presents the historically authentic Aramaic Primacy School of thought with his true Peshitta Aramaic English New Testament translation.

The veil of confusion will be lifted from your brow as the light of truth dispels those stumbling blocks found within every Greek sourced mss (Eng) Bible. Learn about the real Meshikha preserved in the language He spoke and the language that the NT was written in !

[from Back Cover RUACH QADIM ] " A Jewish Messiah, fulfilling prophesies to Israel, born in the Holy Land, and chronicled... in GREEK ? Why would Elohim (God) inspire men to document His greatest gift - under cover of pagan false-god names which He forbade use of in the Tanakh (Old Testament)? The answer is - HE DIDN'T ! "

Andrew saved me from losing religion(not faith)after my plunge into study of textual criticism and researching Messianic SNM's etc my sojourn proved near fruitless. The most advanced modern interpretations and understandings led nowhere. Finally I realized it was the Greek codices that were ALL substantially and spiritually corrupted which is at the root of the problem . It is just not possible to find clear definitive answers with Greek translated texts. Either you are grafted back into the olive tree or perish! Every word along with the bountiful footnotes provided in the AENT will bring the reader into a closer more meaningful relationship with our Creator and Elohim YAHWEH.

When you are ready to learn Hebrew/ Aramaic learn it correctly, first-hand from a Semitic master and linguistic scholar like Andrew Gabriel Roth !
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