The Aramaic Language was the lingua franca of the Ancient Near East as far back as Abraham. Abraham spoke Aramaic as did Jesus and the late Dr. George Lamsa, who translated the Bible directly from Aramaic texts into English. Dr. Lamsa's life experience living in a culture like that of Jesus allowed him to more accurately translate not only the written word but the context of the words as well. The Lamsa translation, when compared with the King James Version of the Bible reveals more than 12,000 differences resulting in a clearer and more meaningful understanding of the stories in the Bible. Read Matthew 19:24. The word here should be rope not camel lending a different meaning to the scriotural passage.
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