On Thu, 18 Sep 2008 12:46:39 -0500, Just James wrote:
> ‧R. L. Measures wrote:
>>> "Although the Jerusalem Bible, New American Bible (in the United
>>> States), the Revised Standard Version, the New Revised Standard
>>> Version and the New Jerusalem Bible are the most commonly used in
>>> English-speaking Catholic churches, the Challoner revision of the
>>> Douay-Rheims is still often the Bible of choice of English-speaking
>>> Traditionalist Catholics."
>>> Now this bible from translated from hebrew to greek
>>> to latin, and then into English.
>> ** The New Testament was not written in Hebrew.
> Aren't the oldest fragments actually Greek?
> I wonder why none survived
> in Aramaic?
You think they were originally written in Aramaic?
> Perhaps this was all Greek myth revised to play to a
> younger audience, but got out of hand.
Greek myth? Have you discovered a lost gospel in which Jesus turns into a
swan and mates with Mary Magdalene, or accidentally marries his mother? ;P