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An Aramaic view of the Lord’s Prayer
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Retirement has given me the time to reassess and revise some of the hurried work I did in the first few ebooks and books I’ve written. The result is that I’ve changed the titles and covers of the books that started … Continue reading
Aramaic was a language common to Egypt and most of western Asia (which we know today as Iraq, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Syria, and Lebanon, etc.). A common language is important because it speeds up business transactions by … Continue reading
The Lord’s Prayer – Last Time Free There are two reasons for today’s quick note: (1) My explanations of the Lord’s Prayer as it has been interpreted from Aramaic (for Kindles or Kindle app for your ereader), will be FREE … Continue reading
I’ve been wanting to put a sample of my first book of the In Living Color series online The Lord’s Prayer (look here for the UK) so you can see how it’s different than most explanations of this beautiful … Continue reading
Free eBook – August 8 & 9 (Wednesday and Thursday) on Amazon Just a quick note to give you a heads up on the last two free days for my book, “In Living Color: The Lord’s Prayer” – which will … Continue reading
Today – Wednesday, June 13th – I’m giving away more of my latest book – “In Living Color: The Lord’s Prayer.” Just click on the link and you’ll go to the the Amazon page where you can download it onto … Continue reading