How unique is the name Paraclete? "Paraclete" is simply the Greek word transferred into English. That’s a pretty bold claim, but it is the claim Jesus makes. The Aramaic translator has been wrongly judged by you.... January 9, 2012 at 3:42 PM The word parakletos is a verbal adjective, often used of one called to help in a lawcourt. Etymology. Jesus is going away to the Father, and he will send the Spirit of the Father to believers. Some of these writers were not dilligent in terms of researching and understanding Jesus' language. (Please provide transliteration and the word in Aramaic/Syriac script if possible.) But this is the heartbeat of the Christian life. Jesus is going away to the Father, and he will send the Spirit of the Father to believers. Paraclete comes from the Koine Greek word παράκλητος (paráklētos).A combination of "para" (beside/alongside) and "kalein" (to call), the word first appears in the Bible in John 14:16. In the Gospel the in the Epistle, 1 John 2:1. Now, when we read the Gospel of John it is clear that he was not speaking of a prophet who would come after him. It’s a little hard to get our heads around. John Muddiman and John Barton further explain the development of the meaning of this term; . par'-a-klet: 1. Another possibility is that it is Aramaic, and that the Greeks have taken the word to mean something else. PARACLETE. In these chapters, we are given a picture. Your post doesn't prove anthing about the meaning of Paraclete. The Paraclete, the Holy Spirit, the Spirit of all truth. In these chapters, we are given a picture. Check the Jewish Encyclopedia for an example. Jesus came and did what he did - job done! It is possible the name you are searching has less than five occurrences per year. But this is the heartbeat of the Christian life. That’s a pretty bold claim, but it is the claim Jesus makes. Peace. anthea26 Wrote:Muslims claim that their 'prophet' is the paraclete. Translation of Daniel Mahar, author of Aramaic Made EZ But She—the Spirit, the Paraclete whom He will send to you, my Father, in my name—She will teach you everything; She will remind you of that which I have told you. The Paraclete, the Holy Spirit, the Spirit of all truth. Four instances are in the Gospel and one in the First Epistle. In Aramaic, "d" also means of. Where Used: This word occurs 5 times in the New Testament, all in the writings of John. Out of 6,028,151 records in the U.S. Social Security Administration public data, the first name Paraclete was not present. It’s a little hard to get our heads around. (Translation by Danny Mahar, author of Aramaic Made EZ)In both the Hebrew and Aramaic language the word spirit is in the feminine gender but in the Greek language it is neuter. For example, in Aramaic [rukha diQudsha] means Holy Spirit (literally, "spirit of holy), also spirito de santo, in Italian carries the same meaning, although is now considered archaic. Thanks!! Fun Facts about the name Paraclete. It has a double-meaning in Greek and Hebrew/Aramaic.

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