Hebrew New Testament
German Hebraist Franz Delitzsch captured the true underlying Hebraic essence of the Apostolic Scriptures in this Hebrew translation that he produced in 1878. With the assistance of Jewish believers, such as Yechiel Lichtenstein, Delitzsch sought to render the Greek literally, as well as utilize Mishnaic Hebrew, closer to the Hebrew spoken by the Master and the apostles. One of the foremost Hebrew translations of the Apostolic Scriptures.
Please note this is an all-Hebrew version of the complete New Testament, and does not contain an English translation.