By Jeff A. Benner A filter, such as the air filter in your car, is used to block unwanted debris, yet allow air to continue through to the engine. A theological filter works in much the same way, it is a mental filter that blocks unwanted information, yet allows the desired information to continue through to … Continue reading We all have Theological Filters
by Jeff A. Benner https://www.ancient-hebrew.org/logo.htm I am often asked why my definitions of Biblical Hebrew words differ from all other resources available such as Strong's dictionary and why my translations of the Bible are unlike any other English translation. Most people believe that an English translation of the Bible is a fairly good representation of … Continue reading Inconsistent Translation of Hebrew Words for example “Heart”
August 13th, 2008 by Sean Finnegan Recently, I received this email from a friend who wanted some clarification in 1 Timothy 3:16. In some versions it says, “God was manifested in the flesh,” while in others, “he who was manifested in the flesh.” Below is the note I received: Howdy Sean, I did not see … Continue reading Who Was Manifested in 1 Timothy 3:16?
"And they stoned Stephen, calling upon God, and saying, Lord Jesus, receive my spirit." The above version of Acts 7:59, exclusively from the King James Version, is an atrocious example of Trinitarians dishonestly mistranslated verses. The word "God" does not even appear in the original Greek text written by Luke but was inserted by KJV … Continue reading Word “God” not in Original Text – Acts 7:59 & 1 John 3:16