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Elohim as “Gods” in the Old Testament The Hebrew word elohim lies behind the word “God” in the OT. Several instances of this word are plural, which may seem to indicate polytheism. For this reason, modern English translations often obscure the Hebrew text’s references to plural elohim. For example, the NASB renders the second elohim in Psa 82:1 as “rulers.” ...


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Lets see what happens when we let the bible define itself. Listed below are the results of an e-Sword program search of all instances where the words "grace" and "gift" occur in the same verse. Rom_5:15 But not as the offence, so also is the free gift. For if through the offence of one many be dead, much more the grace of God, and the gift by grace, ...


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We must assume the salvation of the entire households in both cases cited. In the case of Lydia, it is not certain her household included children, or if children they were infants. The phrase household may have included servants. Regarding the conversion of Phillipian jailer: Given the facts that 1. The Philippian jailer inquired into how to be saved....



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