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    Is Jehovah His Name?

    Greetings theMadJW, How do you explain the two different versions of the YHWH Name with different vowel points S#3068,3069? Kind regards Trevor
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    The New World Translation: A Joke

    Greetings again theMadJW, Cautious has a different range of meaning than crafty and subtle, and in the context of Genesis 3:1 it has a different meaning. This is one example where the NWT rejected the KJV and changed the meaning to conform to their wrong teaching. This is an evidence that the...
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    The New World Translation: A Joke

    Greetings theMadJW, Why does the NWT give the word "cautious" in Genesis 3:1 and base their exposition in the book Let God be True upon this wrong translation? Kind regards Trevor
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    You are Oneness/nontrinitarian, correct?

    Greetings again aeg4971, The equality that Adam and Eve grasped at is stated in the following: Genesis 3:4-5 (KJV): 4 And the serpent said unto the woman, Ye shall not surely die: 5 For God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods...
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    The Great War

    Greetings puddleglum, Genesis 3:1 teaches that the serpent was one of the creatures that God created and was discerning or subtle and what he spoke was as a result of this reasoning. Genesis 3:1–5 ( KJV): 1 Now the serpent was more subtil than any beast of the field which the LORD God had made...
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    The mark of the LORD

    Greetings puddleglum, I disagree. I agree. I disagree. Kind regards Trevor
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    The mark of the LORD

    Greetings Gary Mac, The Kingdom of God will be established at the return of Jesus Daniel 2:44, 2 Timothy 4:1,6-8. Kind regards Trevor
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    The four living creatures

    Greetings again puddleglum, I do not believe in immortal souls. I believe that when we die we cease to think and we return to the dust Genesis 3:19, 22-24 and some and only some will be raised from the dust, some of these will be given everlasting life 2 Timothy 4:1,6-8, and others rejected and...
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    The four living creatures

    Greetings puddleglum, I suggest that the description of both the Cherubim of Ezekiel 1 and the Living Creatures of Revelation 4 indicate that they are symbolic rather than real. A first clue to the meaning is that Jesus is the Lion of the Tribe of Judah. The punishment for sin is death, not...
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    Is Jehovah His Name?

    Greetings again 101G, Yes, I read it twice and I am non the wiser as I see only a confusion of ideas. There is One God, Yahweh, God the Father and our Lord Jesus (Yah's salvation) Christ is the Son of God. Kind regards Trevor
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    The New World Translation: A Joke

    Greetings nomrom, The NWT of Genesis 3:1 has "cautious" and many years ago I read their book "Let God be True" and they use this word to substantiate what I consider their wrong exposition of Genesis 3:1. The word "cautious" has a different range of meaning than the KJV "subtil" or the NASB...
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    Is Jehovah His Name?

    Greetings again 101G, Yes, these are interesting passages both in Isaiah and Philippians and we need to examine the detail. Could you explain how it is, that when we bow the knee to Jesus and confess he is Lord, (and this does not include the two different words LORD (Yahweh) and Lord Psalm...
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    Is Jehovah His Name?

    Greetings again 101G, The margin of the Revised Version has "I will be" for Exodus 3:14, and one of the supporters of this rendition could have been AB Davidson as he was one of the Hebrew scholars engaged in the production of the RV. Please note that I do not endorse all of his theology, as he...
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    Is Jehovah His Name?

    Greetings again 101G, The Name of God, YHWH “He will be” contains a noun and a verb. God revealed His Name to Moses before Israel came out of Egypt: Exodus 3:13–15 (KJV): 13 And Moses said unto God, Behold, when I come unto the children of Israel, and shall say unto them, The God of your...
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    Is Jehovah His Name?

    Greetings again 101G, YHWH is not a verb, it is a noun, the Name of the One God, YHWH, God the Father. All of the Bible Hebrew was written without vowels. The vowels were only added later to ALL the Hebrew words by the Masorites sometime after the 1st Century AD. Kind regards Trevor
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