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Now it is obvious that if the temporal things lasted forever there could be no contrast between them and the things which are eternal

The connections in which the Holy Spirit has employed the word aionios leave no room whatever for any uncertainty of its meaning in the mind of an impartial investigator. 427 more words

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“Super Why" is an Abomination that Causes Desolation

Ask any parent, and he or she will tell you that Children’s television falls into roughly three kinds of categories. In the largest, there is a wide swath of mediocre shows, with flashing lights and simple stories, which capture the attention of your children and allow you to clean your kitchen or take a nap. 1,176 more words

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As a means for interpreting the Scriptures lexicons are greatly overrated.... To us it seems very unsatisfactory, yea, profane, to turn to heathen poets and philosophers to discover how certain Greek words were used

26. The origin of words. An enormous amount of time, research and study has been devoted thereto, and men of great erudition have embodied the results of their labor in volumes which are massive and expensive. 392 more words

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For the purpose of impressiveness other declarations are introduced with the word “Behold”

For the purpose of impressiveness other declarations are introduced with the word “Behold”; “Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity!” (Psalm 133:1, and cf. 7 more words

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The importance of heeding the Divine emphasis in intimated in a number of ways

The importance of heeding the Divine emphasis in intimated in a number of ways. “The verily, verily” with which Christ prefaced some of His weightiest utterances. 142 more words

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In the Greek emphasis is indicated by the order of words in a sentence

In the Greek emphasis is indicated by the order of words in a sentence:

“Now of Jesus Christ the birth was on this wise” (Matthew 1:18); 13 more words

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Hebrew Parallelism

In the Old Testament many examples are found of what is called Hebrew parallelism, in which the same thought is expressed in different language. For instance, 71 more words

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