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September 26, 2006 by Orionsbelt77
There was not a worldwide flood as is commonly taught every child who attends sunday school.
Now, there was indeed a flood, but it did not cover the entire earth. The Hebrew word for earth used here is 'erets.
It 's definition is just that country or land or nation. The floodwaters reached a depth of 15 cubits. There is a profane cubit and a divine cubit and both are units of measurement.
A profane cubit is the length of a man's arm from the elbow to the tip of the middle finger. Th...
September 22, 2006 by Orionsbelt77
Right there in the beginning of Genesis ,it reads in english, that the earth was created and that it was void and without form.
That statement is not true. In the original Hebrew the phrase tohu va bohu was used and means: became waste, not created thus.
This tohu va bohu is also rendered void and without form in the fourth chapter of Jeremiah, verse 23. In verse 27 God says He will not make a full end.
He did not wipe the earth out of existence, but He did destroy all that was alive at that...
August 29, 2006 by Orionsbelt77
Hell.
There are four synonymous words for Hell, used in the King James Version of the Bible- Gehenna, Hades,Sheol, and Tartarus.
‘Hell” is the English rendering of two different Greek words in the N.T. The English word itself is from the Anglo-Saxon hel, Genitive case helle= a hidden place, from the Anglo-Saxon helan=to hide.
Gehenna, pronounced: geena, is the transliteration of the Hebrew Gai’Hinnom, i.e. The valley of hinnom or the valley of the sons of hinnom, where there were the fires th...