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Jesus speaking Arabic at the cross?

Jesus speaking Arabic at the cross?

Let us demolish Some People's delusions about Jesus speaking Arabic at the cross. The irony certainly escapes him, doesn't it? I mean, think about it. A Muslim debating Christians about what Jesus said on a cross that he believes Jesus was never on? Oy vey! <facepalm>

But I digress...

What Jesus did at the cross when He shouted, "Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani" was to quote Psalm 22 to call the attention of the Jews to the fact that He was fulfilling the messianic prophecies laid out in that specific psalm

Now what he dreams of doing is getting a Christian to agree with him that Jesus is calling on ALLAH from the cross! Unbelievable, I know

He is attempting to do this by pointing to Aramaic dictionaries left and right. But what he forgets is that our one and only source of the quotation from Matthew 27:46 is NOT an Aramaic dictionary, but the GREEK TEXT of the New Testament. In short, it does not matter how many Aramaic dictionaries he piles up one on top of another, it will never change the wording of the Greek text

But He claims that "Eli" sounds like "Allah," so that must be what Jesus is saying. So all we have to do is turn to a Jewish rabbi and let HIM pronounce the text of Psalm 22

To do that, just click on the link below and then select "Listen to this Chapter in Hebrew."

http://www.mechon-mamre.org/p/pt/pt2622.htm

You will hear the rabbi speak in Hebrew and you will recognize the name "David," after which he very clearly says, "ELI, ELI," and not "Allah, Allah." And that myth is immediately put to rest

Besides, as I've already pointed out before, Jesus could not have said, "alah," because "alah" is a Hebrew word which means "curse." Jesus was NOT on the cross saying, "Curse, curse, why have you forsaken Me?"

One other point which disproves His claim is the verse which immediately follows:

47 When some of those standing there heard this, they said, “He’s calling for Elijah!”

If Jesus had been calling out for "Allah," then these Jews would not have thought Jesus was calling for Elijah. Pronounce the name with me: Eeeeeee-lie-juh. It is NOT pronounced, "ah-lah-juh," okay?

Meril Jeffery John.J

Meril Jeffery John.J

If This is God's Will then no man can Fight it

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