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Topic review - Matthew Meter (and Variants, if you find any of significance)
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Since it's annoying to have to use the video pages to comment on the meter in the Matthew channel, this topic is reserved for discussing them here. I don't know when I'll have time to go back and edit or make more videos.

This would also be a good central place to debate a) whether Matthew is the first Gospel, and b) whether the original language written, is Greek. The meter helps prove that YES GREEK was the original language, as the Aramaic (so far as I can tell) isn't metered. But, that's up for debate, since all this is original research, and needs vetting (raison d'etre for the videos).

I'll try to make one topic per channel on the meter, for this reason, so commenting can be in one place, no longer hampered by email or restricted to the video watch pages.

For discussion here, please use Roman letters, not special Greek/Hebrew fonts, so everyone can follow what you're saying. Try to transliterate phonetically, or use the standard seminary transcriptions, again so people can follow what you're writing.
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