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It means that God gave man the greater authority, the greater ruling.. Example, if I give you dominion over a farm. I just gave you authority to rule over the farm. Another example is when dominion is used in history. It means to "rule over", or "have power over"..


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The Hebrew Phrase נִשְׁמַת חַיִּים In Gen. 2:7, it is written, And Yahveh God formed the man from the dust of the earth, and He blew into his nostrils the (נִשְׁמַת חַיִּים), and the man became a living soul. וַיִּיצֶר יַהְוֶה אֱלֹהִים אֶת הָאָדָם עָפָר מִן הָאֲדָמָה וַיִּפַּח בְּאַפָּיו נִשְׁמַת חַיִּים וַיְהִי הָאָדָם לְנֶפֶשׁ חַיָּה Whatever ...


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looking up waters in Hebrew I find the word was the 13th letter in Hebrew alphabet and the meaning has several related meanings waters / people /nations/languages and tongues. I believe it to be meant to be the people or angels of the first heaven that were being separated and the firmament was then called the new heaven. God faithful were to remain above ...


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There is no evidence what-so-ever that before Darwin's time (speaking losely here, as Darwin only completed work done by his father) anybody was aware of evolution theory. God inspired the account of Genesis. Obviously, he was aware of how it happened, and knew what man would make out of it. I believe that God wanted to show that he was the author of life ...


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In order to disprove evolution to a scientist you would have investigate the various predictions that the theory makes and find one that is contradicted by evidence. To date, the predictions of the theory line up completely with the realities that we can observe. No scientist can disprove the theory at this time. This could change in the future but because ...


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I was actually trying to get my head around how could light and dark exist in one? they can't! So how does this work? Best answer I can come up with is that the 'big bang' theory is actually true. God says let there be light! Boom! As the universe expands, light is separated from darkness...literally. I was thinking how could the author of Genesis describe ...


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JACOB HYPOTHESES Hypothesis 1: Jacob was not in a trance but in his physical body when he had that fight. Argument. The physicality of the wrestling could be inferred from the dislocation of Jacob's thigh which was out of joint, a scar that he carried for a long time (see Gen Gen 32: 24-25) Hypothesis 2: Jacob fought with the "son of man", second person ...


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"Everlasting possession" means exactly what it infers: It means that, if the children of Israel come into the land as envisioned by the LORD, and therefore they come into possessing the land in and by the Spirit of the LORD. Then "all the land of Canaan" shall be unto them as an "everlasting possession". I believe what makes the covenant the LORD ...


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There is a rule in Hollywood that any events that do not add to the story should be omitted. For example there is no point in showing the detectives traveling to the suspect's house if nothing happens in the car, just show them arrive at the door. Or better yet, just jump to them questioning the suspect in their home. Screen time is precious and so is space ...


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but of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil you shall not eat, for in the day (בְּי֛וֹם) that you eat of it you shall surely die.” (Genesis 2:17, NKJV) but you must not eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, for when you eat from it you will certainly die.” (Genesis 2:17, NIV) Which is the correct translation? Bible Gateway ...


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Taking it literally...Let US...OUR..assuming our is in the Hebrew?...I take this to be 'gods' each making male AND female ...together...at the same time...in the image of themselves...so Chinese, East Indian, African etc. Together they did this...and perhaps that is the singular verb. The LORD..GID...would be Jesus. Thou shalt have...no other gods before Me. ...


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When 'elohim is used with a plural verb it is normally read as a plural noun, gods. However, when it is read with a singular verb or in a singular context, it is to be read as singular, God. Genesis 1:1-2:4a is attributed to the Priestly Source, who is believed to have written during the latter part of the Babylonian Exile or even after the Exile, at a time ...


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צָפָה / Tsapah Mizpah comes from the root word צָפָה / tsapah, which is used frequently through the Tanakh to speak of 'watchmen' or otherwise keeping watch over things. Unfortunately this is the only occurrence of the word in the Pentateuch, and so we have to rely on later usage for its meaning. Thankfully later usage is clear and consistent: Now the ...



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