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Why does Hebrew and Greek appear in Pilatos' sign?
Paul Younan Wrote:Shlama Akhi Jeremy,

Just a thought, but if Aramaic is written in "Hebrew" characters, we often refer to it as being "written in Hebrew."

Could it be that John was not necessarily identifying the languages per se, but the scripts?

Is it wrong to say that "Shlama" is written in English? If "Shlama" were transliterated into Chinese, would it be inaccurate to say it is written in Chinese?


Shlama akhi Paul,

this is a good thing to know, i was unaware of it! and i hadn't thought of this as a possibility. this perspective would erase any problem concerning the question of what was actually said, and leave it at a bare minimum of just "script reference." so, perhaps we're making even harder than it has to be....

Chayim b'Moshiach,

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Re: Why does Hebrew and Greek appear in Pilatos' sign? - by Burning one - 04-12-2013, 04:36 AM

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