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Israelite Psalms in an Egyptian Papyrus?

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Israelite Psalms in an Egyptian Papyrus? (biblicalarchaeology.com)


This document, Papyrus Amherst 63 is thought to contain 3 psalms, one of which occurs in the Bible as Psalm 20. It contains God’s name.

🎵“I have listened to Jesus in these troublesome days,

He lights up my path.

As I hear and obey.”

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I read this article yesterday and it is pretty interesting. This papyrus is written in Aramaic and Hebrew. Rolf Furuli will discuss this more in this in his new book. The book should be entitled "The Tetragrammaton , Its History, Its Place in the New Testament, Its Pronunciation." It should be released in July or August 2018.

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