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What was the original language of the Bible?

The Old Testament was written in Hebrew.

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The New Testament was written in Koine Greek.  Some say Matthew and/or Mark were originally written in Aramaic, the language spoken by Christ, but that is disputed. Here’s an in-depth study on the languages of the Bible.

 

 

 

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2 thoughts on “What was the original language of the Bible?

  1. There are scrolls or parts of scrolls that actually prove that the Renewed Covenant following the Original Covenant (a.k.a. known as the New Testament following the O.T.) was actually written in Hebrew and or Aramaic, before being translated into Greek… Furthermore, why would JEWISH men like pretty much all of the apostles write anything in Greek when they were writing first and foremost to their own people? A probable exception would concern Paul’s Epistles with the exception of that TO THE ROMANS and maybe, maybe… Luke’s Gospel.

    1. Please forgive me I meant to say in my LAST sentence : “with the exception of that TO THE HEBREWS” NOT to the Romans. The rest remains unchanged. Thank you

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