Hello all! I hope this finds everyone well. I am not sure if this question is in the right forum, so please direct me elsewhere if needed. Recent topics discussed on this forum have caused me to research scripture as never before. The wonder of the Internet has brought to my attention the many various translations of the Bible. I have a standard king James study bible, but my attention was caught when I saw the interpretation of a verse on biblehub.com Here is the kjv on John 14: 5-6 5Thomas saith unto him, Lord, we know not whither thou goest; and how can we know the way? 6Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me. And here is the Aramaic bible in plain English: 5Thoma said to him, "Our Lord, we do not know where you are going and how can we know the way?"6Yeshua said to him, "I AM THE LIVING GOD, The Way and The Truth and The Life; no man comes to my Father but by me alone." Now, the difference for me is huge. Namely, the "I am the living God" part!! I don't disagree with this statement at all, Christ is the living God. But I have never seen this before in any versions of this verse! I thought nothing was added or taken away..! I did some further research and found alot on the Aramaic translations of the biblical scriptures. Here is a link for your perusal: Link Removed Seek staff approval before posting links requiring purchasing. Is this heresy? Is this false teaching? Check out the translation of Revelation because the name of God is written as "Allaha" (no, not Allah but Allaha). This raised red flags for me as I am not a Muslim and perhaps am hypersensitive as to the name I call my God. But I have also heard a lot of Christians refer to Jesus as Yeshua and I've no red flags about that for some reason... Anyway I am very very interested in getting one of these Bibles. Please brothers and sisters, let me know if you have had any experience with this translation and what you think about me "replacing" my translation of the Bible with this one. Thank you!