Which language did Jesus use predominately - Hebrew or Aramaic?
Jesus was conversant with both these languages and probably others as well, but which one did he use most often in conversation with his disciples, friends and family?
Aramaic was His conversation language. It was used in community during His lifetime. Hebrew was His Religious language for studying the Torah and for Sabbath and such. I don't remember where I learned that, but that is my Understanding.
I believe he spoke Aramaic. It was the language of his day.
Aramaic was the predominant language of Jesus, although He was conversant in all languages being God.
I think it was English or Spanish, wait a minute.................. I think I heard someone mention Creole' Yep! Then again I could be wrong
Aramaic.. When Jesus was in the garden praying and He was sweating drops of blood he was speaking Aramaic. but He could speak all languages...
by paarsurrey 24 months ago
Hi friendsArabic is the Mother of all Languages not Hebrew? This is my understanding; my own mother language is Punjabi, however.ThanksI am an Ahmadi peaceful Muslim
by jomine 24 months ago
jesus was god and he is omniscient. then why he choose to teach in a language he knew would soon be obsolete? didn't he want anybody to be saved??
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by Thesource 7 years ago
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by paarsurrey 7 years ago
I don't believe that; it must be a fiction created by the sinful scribes of the Bible who hardly believed in Jesus, which is evident from the fact that they fled away from the scene of the Cross as per Bible, leaving their master to suffer alone on the Cross.Quran does not mention this ...
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