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Photo added by Shirley Gentry. Lamsa August 5, — September 22, was an Assyrian author. He was born in Mar Bishu in what is now the extreme east of Turkey. George M. Born 5 August Mar Bishu, Ottoman Empire Died 22 September aged Occupation Biblical Scholar Lamsa was and is a widely regarded biblical scholar.
He was born in a remote region of Turkey that had retained much of the original Aramaic language, and was such able to point out the original meanings of several idioms in the Bible that had been translated literally.
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Jun 9, This article first appeared in Christian Research Journal Fall The full text of this article in PDF format can be obtained by clicking here. George M. Lamsa published 21 books by the time of his death in Four of these, plus his version of the Bible, were published by A. Holman, a well-known Bible and book publisher.
GEORGE M. LAMSA: Christian Scholar or Cultic Torchbearer?
Photo added by Shirley Gentry. Lamsa August 5, — September 22, was an Assyrian author. He was born in Mar Bishu in what is now the extreme east of Turkey. George M. Born 5 August
Lamsa in Lamsa, following the tradition of his church , claimed that the Aramaic New Testament was written before the Greek version, a view known as Aramaic primacy. This contrasts with the academic consensus that the language of the New Testament was Greek. Lamsa thus claimed his translation was superior to versions based on later Greek manuscripts. While Lamsa's claims are rejected by the academic community his translation remains the best known of Aramaic to English translations of the New Testament. Some places in Lamsa's translation differ from the Greek texts used as the basis of other English-language Bibles.