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The NWT translation rests on two quirks of Greek. Ὁ θρόνος σου ὁ θεὸς εἰς τὸν αἰῶνα τοῦ αἰῶνος, ...(SBLGNT) the throne of you the God into the age of the age, ...(my nearly word-for-word translation) First, the nominative case and the vocative case often share the same forms. So the original passage has two occurrences of the word form "ὁ" ("the") ...


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The name of the Lord is both singular in as much as it pertains to God, and collective, in as much as it refers to God as Father, God the Word (Son of God as Scripture refers to Him), or God as Spirit. God told Moses, in regard to His name: 13 Then Moses said to God, "Indeed, when I come to the children of Israel and say to them, 'The God of your ...


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Warning: This is meat, and some Christians still need milk. I ask for Patience and Forgiveness while understanding this message. However simply because some, because of disbelief may not even read all of this. Those that can continue in its entirety in fullness of understanding, I tell you whatever is doubtful will become clear, so I ask that errors that you ...


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The Bible has a long history of using plurality and singularity interchangeably. You have already keyed in on one verse, but another is Deuteronomy 6:4. "Sh'ma Yisrael, Yahweh Eloheinu, Yahweh Echad" or translated - "Hear, O Israel, the LORD is our God, the LORD is One! ". In Elohenu and it's root Elohim are plural in form. As such, most modern Christian ...


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According to Matthew 19:9, getting divorced does not cause a woman to become an adulteress (or a man to become an adulterer); getting divorced and then marrying someone else does (unless the husband or wife committed fornication beforehand). This is why Paul says in 1 Corinthians 7:10-11 (NKJV): Now to the married I command, yet not I but the Lord: A ...


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This is part of a series of illustrations on interpreting the law[1] We need to know how to interpret the entire series of illustrations in Matthew 5:17-48, before we can be confident we are understanding the specifics of verse 32. The illustrations are part of Jesus' explanation of how to interpret the law, and that he has come not to abolish the law but ...


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The marriage tie can be broken only by death (Rom. 7:3) or fornication. Hence, to have a divorce for any other reason is to commit adultery. But I say to you that whoever divorces his wife, except for fornication, and marries another, commits adultery; and he who marries her who has been divorced commits adultery. (Matt. 19:9) So then if, while the ...



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