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The Earliest Chinese Bible Translation
Paul Younan Wrote:From the "Nestorian" monument in Chang-An:

Dear Paul,

Thanks for all the information and links.

I spent 6.5 years for my undergraduate and graduate studies in Xian (Chang-An) from 1980-1987. I went to the Bei (Monument) Lin (Forest) and I must have seen the "Nestorian" monument though I did not have any idea of it. the monument, Chinese is read both from right-to-left and up-to-down, along with the Aramaic, making a Cross.

God bless you!

peshitta_enthusiast Wrote:Jing bro, it is done

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Till next week! Shalom!


Thanks Bro Chris.

I have put matthew chapter 2 into the same format and pls download matthew chapter 1 again for the minor reformatting...

God bless.

Bro Jing

(this work seems too expensive. LOL. it takes too much time for formatting. I'd rather write a program to read the aramaic and english texts from Paul 's pdf files into separate txt files and fill the forms automatically...then all I need to do is to translate, instead of formatting)

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