Greek Manuscript versus Delitzsch Hebrew
The oldest, most authoritative manuscripts of the New Testament that we have today are in Greek. Delitzsch respected and highly regarded the Greek text, noting variants between the Textus Receptus and more reliable Codex Sinaiticus. By translating the Greek into Hebrew, he succeeded in communicating the message of the New Testament in a Hebrew voice.
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Delitzsch Hebrew Gospels[28 Videos]
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