6 edition of The Gospel of Thomas in English, Haitian Creole and French found in the catalog.
May 13, 2005
by Classic Editions
Written in English
|Contributions||Benjamin, John Hebblethwaite (Editor), Jacques Pierre (Editor), Hans-Gebhard Bethge (Translator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||124|
Haitian Latter-day Saint leaders stress the difference between changes effected by the gospel and those made by other efforts to better the Haitian situation. “In the Church, members can change themselves through Christ,” says Jean-Claude Demas, president of the new Haiti Port-au-Prince North District. The Gospel of Thomas: In English, Haitian Creole, and French, by Benjamin Hebblethwaite and Jacques Pierre —Review by Cosmas Rubencamp Black Cosmopolitanism: Racial Conciousness and Transnational Identity in the Nineteenth-Century Americas, by Ifeoma Kiddoe Nwankwo.
This is produced by Haitian Bible Societies. Edition. This Bible is new and in excellent condition. This Bible was never used. Vinyl cover; Ribbon markers. ISBN pages. 7 Seller Rating: % positive. well there's nothing wrong with the way you translate the song word by words, but when it come to creole when you translating it sometime words by words don't make no sense at 's other way you can translate that song and it actually mean the same thing most of the time you have to sing while you writhing it, it as to sound good to your hears and that one didn' I CAN FIND THE GOOD.
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The introduction synthesizes the leading exegetical and historical research in a bilingual Haitian Creole and English facing-page format.
The text of The Gospel of Thomas appears in a trilingual facing-page format. This book is designed for general readers, students and scholars of English. The text of The Gospel of Thomas appears in a trilingual facing-page format.
This book is designed for general readers, students and scholars of English, Haitian Creole and French. This volume is an excellent tool for accelerated learning and for diving into the depth of Cited by: 1. Link -> The Gospel of Thomas in English, Haitian Creole and French In David Martin produced the first RT (Received Text) French Bible; it was based upon both the RT directly, and on the English Geneva Bible of BEST.
The Gospel of Thomas in English, Haitian Creole and French Rar. The base version of The Gospel of Thomas in Haitian Creole and French is the English translation by Dr. Hans-Gebhard Bethge. We chose to use Dr.
Bethge’s translation because it is reliable and readable; it allows everyone to grasp the teachings in The Gospel of Thomas. Alongside Dr. Bethge’s English version, we used Koester and Lambdin’s. The introduction synthesizes the leading exegetical and historical research in a bilingual Haitian Creole and English facing-page format.
The text of The Gospel of Thomas appears in a trilingual facing-page format. This book is designed for general readers, students and scholars of English, Haitian Creole and French. A Song of the Sons of Korah God is a safe place to hide, ready to help when we need him.
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