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The Gospel of John, An Actual Translation

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This book traces almost every word and explains where they come from and why they are used. It explains the cultural background and the Jewish theology used in the text. Now all the problems with this Gospel will vanish before your eyes and a whole new world will emerge. You may be asking why I consider this the only translation ever done? If so here is why. If you take a ...more
Paperback, 236 pages
Published January 13th 2013 by Roy B. Blizzard III (first published January 1st 2013)
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Dec 31, 2013 Raymond rated it it was amazing
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A courageous work.

There has long been a social undercurrent of what we might call "folk theology" that puts forth the idea that Jesus and the apostles were the first Christians. I have known people who have had to be reminded that Jesus was Jewish. With this notion of 1st Christians goes the thought that Hebrew was not spoken outside the temple and that the apostles spoke only Aramaic and Greek. All of this is wrong. The apostles were Jewish men. The religion has its theological roots in Judaism
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