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Words with different meanings:Example 4

The meaning of the term “flesh” appears to be so obvious that many would regard it as quite a waste of time to look up its various connections in Scripture. 237 more words

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Eisegesis #10

Every time I look around, I cannot believe how I am so blessed of having the opportunity to see such beauty that Mother Nature has put to the service of a variable species that need to coexist in perfect harmony and help each other in order to have a sustainable system. 204 more words

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Eisegesis #9

From UV radiation and other things

The consequences of the ozone layer depletion are increasingly acute. I remember when I was a child; more than 20 years ago, playing at the park without any concern, worrying only about who will bring the ball or if the time to go home had already passed. 168 more words

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Words with different meanings:Example 3

Let us now consider a few examples wherein the same English word is given a number of variants. As in the well-known words of our Lord, “Let the dead bury their dead” (Matthew 8:22), so the word “see” is used in two different senses in Hebrews 2:8, 9: “But now we see not yet all things put under Him. 166 more words

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Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth

Let us all agree first of all on a few thoughts:
“ALL scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness: That the man of God may be perfect, throughly furnished unto all good works.” (2 Timothy 3:16-17 KJV caps mine) 1,873 more words


Words with different meanings:Example 2

The Greek word diatheke occurs thirty-three times; its common meaning— like the Hebrew berith being “covenant.” In the Authorized Version it is so rendered twenty times, and “testament” thirteen. 186 more words

Arthur W. Pink

JK Rowling and the Biblically Iliterate Bible Quotation

The biblically illiterate author of the Harry Potter series, a woman with no experience in foreign policy or the United States government and constitutional law, recently decided to talk about US immigration policy by using Bible quotes: 576 more words