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Jesus of Nazareth (Jesus Christ), John the B., John, Luck, Matthew, Mark

Arabic translation: يسوع الناصري، يسوع المسيح، يوحنا المعمدان، يوحنا، لوقا، متى، مرقس

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English term or phrase:Jesus of Nazareth, Jesus Christ, John the Baptizer, John, Luke, Matthew, Mark
Arabic translation:يسوع الناصري، يسوع المسيح، يوحنا المعمدان، يوحنا، لوقا، متى، مرقس
Entered by: Fuad Yahya
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09:41 Sep 1, 2001
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Art/Literary
English term or phrase: Jesus of Nazareth (Jesus Christ), John the B., John, Luck, Matthew, Mark
What is the names above in the Bible in Arabic? I thank you in advance
Florian
يسوع الناصري، يسوع المسيح، يوحنا المعمدان، يوحنا، لوقا، متى، مرقس
Explanation:
In the Arabic version of the Bible, Jesus is called YASOO’
يسوع

The expression “Jesus of Nazareth” does not appear anywhere in the Bible. The closest expression is found in Matthew 2:23:

He went and dwelt in a town called Nazareth, so that what had been spoken through the prophets might be fulfilled, “He shall be called a Nazorean.” Notice the spelling of the last word.

The fragment that Matthew quotes from the ‘prophets,” however, is not found anywhere in the Old Testament prophetic books, adding one more puzzling element.

In any case, Jesus of Nazareth is known among Arabic-speaking Christians as YASOO’ AL-NASIRIYY
يسوع الناصري

“Jesus the Christ” and “Christ Jesus” are definitely Biblical expressions, abundantly found in the Pauline corpus, as in Romans 1:7. The Arabic version reads YASOO’ AL-MASEEH
يسوع المسيح

John the Baptizer (or the Baptist) is found in Luke 7:20. The Arabic version is YOHANNA AL-MA’MADAN
يوحنا المعمدان

The names of the authors of the four canonical gospels are:

Matthew: MATTA
متى

Mark: MARQUS
مرقس

Luke: LOOQA
لوقا

John: YOHANNA
يوحنا


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يسوع الناصري، يسوع المسيح، يوحنا المعمدان، يوحنا، لوقا، متى، مرقس


Explanation:
In the Arabic version of the Bible, Jesus is called YASOO’
يسوع

The expression “Jesus of Nazareth” does not appear anywhere in the Bible. The closest expression is found in Matthew 2:23:

He went and dwelt in a town called Nazareth, so that what had been spoken through the prophets might be fulfilled, “He shall be called a Nazorean.” Notice the spelling of the last word.

The fragment that Matthew quotes from the ‘prophets,” however, is not found anywhere in the Old Testament prophetic books, adding one more puzzling element.

In any case, Jesus of Nazareth is known among Arabic-speaking Christians as YASOO’ AL-NASIRIYY
يسوع الناصري

“Jesus the Christ” and “Christ Jesus” are definitely Biblical expressions, abundantly found in the Pauline corpus, as in Romans 1:7. The Arabic version reads YASOO’ AL-MASEEH
يسوع المسيح

John the Baptizer (or the Baptist) is found in Luke 7:20. The Arabic version is YOHANNA AL-MA’MADAN
يوحنا المعمدان

The names of the authors of the four canonical gospels are:

Matthew: MATTA
متى

Mark: MARQUS
مرقس

Luke: LOOQA
لوقا

John: YOHANNA
يوحنا


Fuad



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Fuad Yahya
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VERY EFFICIENT ANSWER.


Explanation:
BRAVO.

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