25 October 2020
Times of Israel
"Italian Archbishop Pizzaballa appointed new Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem"
Archbishop Pierbattista Pizzaballa, the most senior Roman Catholic official in the Middle East, has been appointed by Pope Francis as the new Latin patriarch of Jerusalem.
The office had remained vacant since 2016, with Pizzaballa holding the position of the apostolic administrator of the Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem since then.
The Italian Pizzaballa, 55, formerly a Franciscan friar, was a pastor for Hebrew-speaking Catholics in Israel and a member of a commission for relations with Judaism. He speaks fluent Hebrew and has lived in Israel since 1990. The last two Latin patriarchs of Jerusalem, Fouad Twal and Palestinian Michel Sabbah — like the vast majority of local Catholics — were native Arabic speakers.
The NEWER Testament: Hear What They Heard
A New Testament Translation
Rooted in its Jewish Heritage
Professor Dr. Brad H. Young
Founder and President of the Gospel Research Foundation Inc.
You are cordially invited to the Fraternity Webinar with Dr. Brad Young on
Thursday, 12 November 2020
at 8:00 P.M.
Presenting his new rendition of the Hebrew Heritage Bible Newer Testament Dr. Young will discuss his translation; the methods involved, its purposes and goals, and texts relating to the Jewish and Christian communities. The translation uses dynamic equivalents in English of the Greek text which communicate the Hebrew meaning of the sayings of Jesus. The Newer Testament will be in book shops December 1.
October 15, 2020
The Jerusalem Post
"Christianity deeply rooted in Judaism, new Bible translation claims."
In this article the writer reviews the new translation of the Hebrew Heritage Bible Newer Testament by Dr. Brad H. Young
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September 30, 2020
The Jerusalem Post
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