Hebrew Gospel

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Hebrew Gospel can refer to:

  • Gospel of the Hebrews, a syncretic Jewish–Christian text believed to have been composed in Koine Greek
  • Hebrew Gospel hypothesis, traditions of a version of Matthew's gospel supposed to have been written by him “in the Hebrew language” (Papias)
  • Bible translations into Hebrew, including a translation of the Gospels into Modern Hebrew; e.g. ספר הבריתות, published by The Bible Society in Israel, 1991, the New Testament text of which is a revision of the 1976 United Bible Societies translation. Also, Hebrew-English New Testament, published by The Society for Distributing The Holy Scriptures To The Jews, London