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Introduction In one respect, you have already answered the first two parts of your own question within the question itself: God ... is referred to as "father" (as in Matthew 6:9, Romans 1:7, Ephesians 5:20, 2 Thessalonians 1:1) And this is correct. However, "they name" is merely a reference to Πάτερ (Pater), since the sentence states "Father who is in ...


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When Jesus addressed the crowds on the mount/plain would they have understood "thy name" to be Eil and Elaha (also written as Alaha). See: 'What word did Jesus use for God in Aramaic?' Matthew's Gospel was written in Greek for a Greek-speaking audience. We know that the Old Testament references used in Matthew were from the Septuagint, so the author did not ...


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St Justin's Dialogue with Trypho was written about 100 years after our Lord's Resurrection and he clearly states and gives examples of the Jews altering the Old Testament and repeatedly asserts that this has happened to Isaiah 7:14. Codex Vaticanus and Codex Siniaticus are dated about 400 a.d. and both use the greek for Virgin. The Jews stopped using the ...



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