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1. Give a precise synopsis of the development of the Bible from its Afro-Asiatic and Afro-European roots up to that of contemporary English translations.
The roots of the Bible are Afro-Asiatic and Afro-European. The Old Testament was originally written in Hebrew, which is classified as an Afro-Asiatic language. The Hebrews were a nomadic people who migrated between the Near East (Mesopotamia and Babylonia), Palestine and North-East Africa (Egypt). So the roots of the Old Testament are Afro-Asiatic. The New Testament was written mostly in Greek (some small parts also in Aramaic). However, Greek was a common language at the time in much of Southern Europe, the Near East and Africa (Egypt)....
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