Does the word "kabbalah" occur in N. T.?


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Does the word “kabbalah” occur in N. T.?

Is “kabbalah” a Hebrew word?

If so, what is the Greek word?

So about such a basic question!

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Kabbalah is a Hebrew word that means “receiving” or “tradition.” It does not appear in the New Testament; the only words of Semitic origin in the NT are the occasional places where a place name or important phrase is rendered in transliterated Aramaic (i.e. Aramaic in Greek letters in the original, in Latin letters in English translation), e.g. “Eli, eli, lama sabacthani.”

-ACEGC


#3

edward

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Would there be a Greek word that could be used for “receiving” or “tradition”?

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