What is the language of biblical New Testament?

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New Tes­ta­ment has been written in common Greek of first and second century known as koine, a language dif­fer­ent then either clas­si­cal Ancient Greek and modern Greek lan­guage. At the time koine was a lingua franca of the Eastern Mediter­ranean basin.

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flagVietnam
7%
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92%
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flagFinland
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flagGreece
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flagSwitzerland
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22
flagthe United Arab Emirates
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39
flagthe Netherlands
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flagItaly
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flagCzech Republic
21%
7%
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flagthe United States
13%
14%
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flagGermany
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flagthe United Kingdom
22%
14%
6%
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flagNorway
30%
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flagPoland
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16%
9%
44%
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flagAustria
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14
flagRepublic of Ireland
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26
flagSweden
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6%
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flagFrance
46%
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flagUnknown
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Gender

men35%
women46%
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34%
28%
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18%
17%
Latin
11%
6%
Ancient Greek
35%
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