The Jewish Trinity Sourcebook: Trinitarian Readings from the Old Testament


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The Jewish Trinity Sourcebook: Trinitarian Readings from the Old Testament by Yoel Natan
English | Sep. 9, 2003 | ISBN: 1411601467 | 395 Pages | PDF | 8 MB
The NT Use of OT Yahveh Texts chapter in TJT discusses how Greekinfluence can be seen from the names and nicknames of Yeshua's disciples.This list was compiled from the NT (Mat 10:02-04; Mar 03:16-19; Luk 06:14-16 and Act 01:13).
The NT Use of OT Yahveh Texts chapter in TJT discusses how Greekinfluence can be seen from the names and nicknames of Yeshua's disciples.This list was compiled from the NT (Mat 10:02-04; Mar 03:16-19; Luk 06:14-16 and Act 01:13). The Two Brothers from Bethsaida in Galilee Andrew is Greek and means "valorous, manly." Andrew likely was theyounger brother. Surely, Andrew was less extroverted than his brother Peter.Andrew and John were former disciples of John the Baptist (Joh 01:37-42).Other disciples may also have been former disciples of John the Baptist (Act01:21-26). Simon is from the Aramaic Shimon or Simon, and means "hearing."Simon was known by his nickname (or hypocorism) Cephas, which isAramaic for "rock." The Greek equivalent of Cephas is Peter. Peter was alsoknown by the name Barjona, which is Hebrew for "son (bar) of Jonah."Additionally, Simon was known as the "son of John" (Joh 01:42; 21:15-17).

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