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The hidden Gospel : decoding the spiritual message of the Aramaic Jesus

""Every good tree bringeth forth good fruit, but a corrupt tree bringeth forth evil fruit" (Matthew 7:17). When or if Jesus spoke those words, he spoke them in a Middle Eastern language, Aramaic. In Aramaic and in all the Semitic languages, the word for "good" primarily means ripe, and the word for "corrupt" or "evil" primarily means unripe. When heard with Aramaic ears, those words might sound more like this: "A ripe tree brings forth ripe fruit, an unripe tree brings forth unripe fruit." T
Print Book, English, 2001
1st Quest ed View all formats and editions
Quest Books, Theosophical Pub. House, Wheaton, Ill., 2001
Criticism, interpretation, etc
[iv], 222 pages ; 24 cm
9780835607957, 083560795X
1. The Hidden Gospel
I. New Adam: Experiencing Original Creation. 2. Alaha: Improvisations in the Key of Unity. 3. Breath: The Spirit of Life. 4. Holiness: Creating Space for the Sacred. 5. Faces of Light: Vibration and Guidance. 6. The Reign of Unity: Vision Plus "I Cant"
II. New Sophia: Embracing a Wider Community. 7. Between Heaven and Earth: Holy Wisdom Uniting Diversity. 8. Soul, Self, and Life: The Province of Inner Work. 9. The Perfect and the Good: Completeness and Timing. 10. Faces of Love: Womb, Seed, Delight. 11. Yeshua bar Alaha
Afterword: The Hidden Gospel and the Historical Jesus