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"Lost in Translation" -Aramaic & Greek study
I have just sent Dan Gan a new article to post on my Peshitta web site. It is an exhaustive search and analysis of common
prepositions,personal pronouns and conjunctions in The Greek and Aramaic NT's.
It confirms all the other work we have done on Peshitta primacy , folks.
The Greek NT rates with The LXX (Septuagint) according to my mathematical results ! The Peshitta looks like The Hebrew OT by comparison.

Have a look at my link below-(hopefully Dan will post it today).

Dave Bauscher
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Shlama Dave,

So sorry for being late in uploading the file. I am having problem with uploading files to my server at home. I can't use the WiFi service at Coffee Beans or Starbucks either, because there is something wrong with my notebook. I'll reformat my notebook when I am free.

Anyway, I just read and uploaded the latest version of the file that you sent me. To Bible geeks like me, this article is much better than Bill Murray's 2003 film Lost In Translation. <!-- s:bigups: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/bigups.gif" alt=":bigups:" title="Big Ups" /><!-- s:bigups: -->

Another evidence to support Aramaic Peshitta NT. Someone out there has to compile all these evidences and publish it. It will definitely be one of the best books ever published in Biblical studies.

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One of the first owners of the facsimile of <a href=""><b>Codex Leningrad</b></a>
Thanks, Dan, for the kind words and for all the assistence in offering the web service.

The publisher is out there somewhere; otherwise I will have to start a publishing company.

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Man I love this "comparing Mas OT with LXX and comparing GNT with Peshitta NT" stuff. Joe Viel has a lot of it too:

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