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Translations Compared: Eastern or Western?
Hi Guys,
before and after each Gospel of the Murdock Peshitto translation i found this:

Matthew:
The Holy Gospel, the Announcement of Matthew the Legate.

Completion of the Holy Gospel as published by Matthew; and which he published in Hebrew, in the land of the Palestineans.

Mark:
The Holy Gospel, the Annunciation of Mark the Evangelist.

Completion of the Holy Gospels, the announcement of Mark; which he uttered and proclaimed in Latin at Rome.

Luke:

The Holy Gospel, the Annunciation of Luke the Evangelist;
which he uttered and preached, in Greek, at Great Alexandria.

Completion of the holy Gospel of Luke the Evangelist.

John:

The Holy Gospel, the Proclamation of John the Herald;
which he uttered and proclaimed, in Greek, at Ephesus.

Completion of the Holy Gospel, the announcement of John the Evangelist; which he uttered, in Greek, at Ephesus.

What you think about that? Is there any Peshitta version which have this in exact the same way as well?

Kind regards
Michael
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Re: Translations Compared: Eastern or Western? - by mickoy - 02-10-2013, 10:18 AM

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