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Rene Lange commented on James Trimm's blog post The Jewish Origin of the Septuagint
"Is it possible that LXX was based on some egyptian copys of  the holy scriptures which might have contained older, even pre.exilic elements? At Elephantine there was a community & temple even in preexilic times ... "
Mar 30
Rene Lange liked James Trimm's page Munster Hebrews 1:1-4
Nov 23, 2016
Rene Lange commented on James Trimm's blog post Discovery of a Lost Page of Aramaic Luke
"This is an important discovery! In Luke the Curetonian MS is clearly more primitive than the sinaitic syriac and therefore the most primitive aramaic text available. Is there any translation of this lost page available? "
Oct 12, 2016
Rene Lange liked James Trimm's blog post Discovery of a Lost Page of Aramaic Luke
Oct 12, 2016
Rene Lange commented on James Trimm's blog post Ancient Hebrews Understood Space-Time
"INdeed this is a wonderful sign. In the 3. century when Sepher Yetzira was composed, no one could have such knowledge. (this doesn´t say the traditions may not go back to father Abraham himself). At the same time it raises big…"
Jun 30, 2016
Rene Lange liked James Trimm's blog post Ancient Hebrews Understood Space-Time
Jun 30, 2016
Rene Lange replied to James Trimm's discussion Ebionites in the group "Church Fathers" on Nazarenes and Ebionites
"I just read the wikipedia article. I studied the nazarenean & ebionite sources at length ´cause. Jewish christianity is an important part of my unpublished book. Therefore I feel tempted to make some remarks. When dealing with "church…"
Oct 24, 2015
Rene Lange replied to James Trimm's discussion Ebionites in the group "Church Fathers" on Nazarenes and Ebionites
"There are clearly similarities between Qumran-essenes and Ebionites. (Note that according to Hippolyt there were at least 4 different Essene-groups). Yet they are not simply identical, because in Qumran there is no trace yet of a manifested…"
Oct 19, 2015
Rene Lange joined James Trimm's group
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"Church Fathers" on Nazarenes and Ebionites

A group to discuss what the so-called "Church Fathers" said about the Nazarenes, Ebionites and ancient Jewish believers in Yeshua as the Messiah in general.See More
Oct 19, 2015
Rene Lange posted a blog post

Bach the Nazarean

Some may say this is the wrong place for posting music. Explanation:This composition of the ripe JS Bach is wellknown only to classical guitar players. For them it is very difficult and therefore used in contests. Yet it was composed on a keyboard by the createst composer ever. (G-d himself if we consider it as prophetic inspiration).What you hear is by far the best interpretation available. E. Petri was chief disciple of the great composer and Bach expert F. Busoni.The later Bach was…See More
Feb 26, 2015
Rene Lange posted a song

 play egon Petri plays Bach-Busoni: Prelude, Fugue & Allegro

07:48
Feb 26, 2015
Rene Lange commented on James Trimm's blog post The Chronology of Abraham in the Book of Jasher
"Interstingly all the dates you give fall somewhere between 2950 and 3258 bc. This is also the epoch were 3 classical civilisations evolved: Egyptian 3150 bc (Ham); Sumerian (Sem) ~3200 bc and the indus culture (Jafet), which is now known to start at…"
Feb 12, 2015
Rene Lange commented on James Trimm's blog post The Chronology of Abraham in the Book of Jasher
"Concerning the notorious second Kainan it might be interesting that he seems to have enterd the septuagint not before the 3.-4. Century. IMO he was introduced by christians to harmonize LXX with  the genealogy of Lukes gospel.(There is evidence…"
Feb 12, 2015
Rene Lange replied to James Trimm's discussion What is the meaning of 666?
"Thanks for the information regarding P47. I was not aware of that. Problem is: In hebrew or aramaic 60 corresponds to "samekh" 6 to "he" but 600 is not represented by one letter. Revelations autograph wass in aramaic as already…"
Jan 30, 2015
Rene Lange replied to James Trimm's discussion What is the meaning of 666?
"For sure there is a great number of possibilities - even of reasonable possibilities to what the number of the beast could relate. The oldest solution is given by ireneous, disciple of Polykarp, disciple of John of Ephesus who received the…"
Jan 29, 2015
Rene Lange commented on James Trimm's blog post Freewill vs Predestination
"Dear james. I am delighted that you adress this IMO central point of doctrine. I learn from you that also paul believed in free will, while many see him as an advocate of predestination.  Authentic nazarenism clearly believed in freewill, as…"
Jun 22, 2014

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Do you consider yourself a:
Yahwist
Books I consider Canonical:
Tanak (Old Testament), Ketuvim Netzarim (New Testament), The Apocrypha, The Book of Enoch
Favorite version of Scriptures:
Other
About me:
I am a studied chemist. But I also do some research on earliy christianity especially aramaic sources like sinaitic syriac, diatessaron, but also clementine homilies and recognitions (which are petrinic gentile christianity and not ebionite by the way)!
Marital Status
Married
Music:
Very broad spectrum: classical, Jazz good level pop music...
What is your favorite Book of the Scriptures?
St. johns gospel.
What is your favorite verse?
St. John: "Truth will make you free."
What is your favorite quote? (From Scripture or elsewhere)
"I believe that in the world there is no greater hate than that of ignorance on knowledge. (Galileo Galilei)
How did you hear of NazareneSpace?
loisy yahoo group

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Bach the Nazarean

Posted on February 26, 2015 at 9:57am 0 Comments

Some may say this is the wrong place for posting music. Explanation:

This composition of the ripe JS Bach is wellknown only to classical guitar players. For them it is very difficult and therefore used in contests. Yet it was composed on a keyboard by the createst composer ever. (G-d himself if we consider it as prophetic inspiration).

What you hear is by far the best interpretation available. E. Petri was chief disciple of the great composer and Bach expert F.…

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