It is generally agreed that Jesus and his disciples primarily spoke Aramaic, the
common language of Judea in the first century AD, most likely a Galilean dialect
distinguishable from that of Jerusal...
My answer to the question “What language(s) did Jesus speak?” was
representative of what most scholars of the New Testament believe, and was
based on key ...
Greek became the international language through the conquests of Alexander
the Great (330 B.C.). We know that Jesus was able to speak Greek because ...
May 27, 2014 ... The Pope and Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu had an awkward exchange about
what language Jesus spoke.
Jesus spoke Hebrew. His mother-tongue would have been Hebrew – the
language of Jews in Israel and the language of their Scriptures. Nowhere in the ...
Sep 3, 2015 ... The hypothesis that Jesus usually spoke Aramaic has dominated scholarly
discussion for decades. For example, several years ago Darrell ...
May 28, 2014 ... Synagogue where Jesus likely preached uncovered in Israel ... Had Mary been
speaking Hebrew, she would have said ravi, the Hebrew ...
www.godward.org/hebrew roots/did jesus speak hebrew.htm
They are now convinced that the language Jesus used to teach his talmidim ....
There is no ground for assuming that Jesus did not speak Hebrew; and when we
Like all Galilean Jews of his time, Jesus' first language would have been Aramaic
. As a devout Jew with knowledge of the Torah, he is most likely to also know ...
believe Aramaic was the primary language of Palestine in Jesus' day.”2 Coming
from .... 12James Barr, “Which Language Did Jesus Speak?—Some Remarks of