Dr. Brown Puts His Finger on the Pulse of the Nation

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  1. Dr. Brown,
    I recently heard you say that Jesus had spoken both Hebrew and Aramaic on the Cross; an article I read (www.torahclass.com/archived-articles/412-did-the-messiah-speak-aramaic-or-hebrew-part-2-by-eaknapp) says Jesus most likely spoke Hebrew. A few proofs it presents are as follows:
    i. “azavthani” would, at the time, have been the way in which a Midrash was referenced at the time;
    ii. the times the language of the people is mentioned, it’s always Hebrew (Εβραιστι) and never Aramaic (Συριστι)–including one of the languages (Hebrew, Greek and Latin) in which the inscription had been written [Jn 19:20];
    iii. Mark used Aramaic (including translating Jesus’ Hebrew on the Cross into this Aramaic) as a part of a known literary style (the Aramaic language having been seen as “mystical”, using it would have given texts a “mystical” feel).

    Credible?

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