Roman colonialists invented the word “Palestine” in order to insult the native Jewish population with the memory of their ancient enemies, the Philistines.

Christianity deeply rooted in Judaism, new Bible translation claims
by Sarah Chemla
October 15, 2020

A new translation of the Bible, called the Hebrew Heritage Bible Newer Testament by Dr. Brad H. Young – a Hebrew University-trained scholar who taught biblical literature for over thirty years at Oral Roberts University in the United States – is highlighting the Jewish roots of Christianity. “Rather than employing the standard translation technique of simply selecting the most appropriate English word for the Greek,” noted Young, “I asked the question, ‘What is the Hebrew thought and wording underpinning the Greek text?’” Using this method, his text reconstructs the Hebrew sources, language and mindset behind the early church and its foundational documents. READ MORE

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