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Maybe I will not be of a lot help here, but I'll try my best.


How much is 1+1? 5? No! 1+1=2. Always was, is and will be. And this is the absolute truth. There is no another truth to push instead.
The same way is about the religion. There is only one truth about God. There only one true God. The Bible explains it all, you just need to open your heart, mind and soul to Jesus. True Jesus comes the salvation...
Find the right numbers to sum, and you will find the absolute God's truth.


I am the one who has the accurate knowledge and understanding of the Holy Scriptures. Some "people" may claim that I know too much (I wish I wouldn't)... Not confirming anything, simply decide for yourself ;)


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comment Is there an English equivalent for Nephilim of Genesis 6:4?
Consider that when the spies brought back their report about the promised land being filled with Nephilim (after the flood), they were lying (Numbers 14:26). Believing 10 false reports led to a punishment of 40 year desert life. Because after the deluge (flood) God himself come to earth and sow that all the Nephilim were gone. Word of God.
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comment Were the Nephilim in Genesis 6 aliens?
It is nothing related here... (Job 3:15; Psalms 58:8; Ecclesiastes 6:3). "That which has fallen [from being obedient]" IMO
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comment Is NWT's translation of John 8:58 reasonable?
This is what the NWT Bible and JW's teach, that Jesus (Son of God Jehovah) is a firstborn son of God. By him and for his was EVERYTHING created. Therefore, Son of God existed before everyone existed (was created), including before Abraham...
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Thanks. I see now. As to expand your answer, this what I found, is related and nice to consider about. Luke 23:38 - According to PBSy; DVgSy add: "(written) in letters of Greek and Latin and Hebrew", to agree with John 19:20. Literally: "The king of the Jews this (one)". Greek: "Ho basileus' ton Ioudai'on hou'tos". Latin: "Hic est rex ludaeo'rum". Hbrew: "Ze'hu' me'lekh haiYehudhim".
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comment “A god” or “God” in John 1:1?
According to this wikipedia page‌​, controversy regarding the translation of John 1:1 is not unique to the NWT; translations with a similar rendering include Wilson's Emphatic Diaglott (interlinear reading) and Goodspeed's An American Translation.
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